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linux:acls [2017/03/29 11:23]
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linux:acls [2019/07/16 07:36] (current)
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   nfs4_setfacl -a 'A:fd:sfinx@strw.leidenuniv.nl:rwaDxtTcCy' /net/eendracht/data1/acl_test   nfs4_setfacl -a 'A:fd:sfinx@strw.leidenuniv.nl:rwaDxtTcCy' /net/eendracht/data1/acl_test
 This will give the user 'sfinx' approximately the same permissions as the owner of the directory (check with ''nfs4_getfacl'' to verify). This will give the user 'sfinx' approximately the same permissions as the owner of the directory (check with ''nfs4_getfacl'' to verify).
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 +===== New: nfs4-acl-editor =====
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 +Luckily, there is now a working graphical user interface for the NFS4 ACLs, called ''nfs4-acl-editor''. Unfortunately, it is not (yet) integrated into the file manager, so one has to run the command separately, and open the file or directory to work on from the ''file'' menu.
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 +===== Copying NFS4 ACls =====
 +If you have a working ACl setup on one directory, and you want to duplicate that on another, use a command like this:
 +  nfs4_getfacl /disks/web1/website1| nfs4_setfacl -R -S - /disks/web2/website2
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