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 Fine-Tuning Linux Administration with ACLs

Crossnodes tells us how to use ACLs to Fine-Tune Linux.

"At a minimum, an ACL must have three attributes: an entry type, either group or user; a groupname or username, or numeric ID; and the access permissions, which are the usual read/write/execute. These three attributes must always be present, and only one of each can be defined per ACL."

 (Submitted by Noel Fri Sep 19, 2003 )

  


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