[cvsnt] Basic User/Group ACL setup (Solaris)
Cryer, Phil C. (STL) - cont
PCCryer at express-scripts.com
Tue Dec 5 20:16:39 GMT 2006
>> If not I would I think I would create the groups, assign the groups
>> the directories via chacl and the add the users from passwd to group.
>Exactly. All commands that work with ACLs accept groups and users
Thanks, this too worked perfectly. I think this is the last question, I
have test directories and I need to have group for a dir, but have a
directory within accessable only by another group. I tried using -n for
non-recursion, but I want it to recurse into all dirs, but have the next
one overwrite just that dir down.
Example, I need to get this:
module1 -- group1
module2 -- group2
module2/doc -- group3
So I can have a listing that looks like this:
---made up part below---
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