acl bug

Ronan Waide waider at
Mon Apr 7 15:32:20 GMT 2003

On April 7, kcross at said:
> POSIX 1003.1e requires the 3 basic ACL entries: ACL_USER_OBJ,
> ACL_GROUP_OBJ, and ACL_OTHER.  They correspond to the mode bits, so
> they're implicit anyhow.
> Ken

Okay; it would seem, though, that if I remove (for example) "Everyone"
access, it should get translated into setting the "other" ACL to ---
rather than leaving it untouched. Similarily if I set the "Everyone"
ACL to "No Access".

Waider. Not sure if those two equate to the same thing internally anyway.
waider at / Yes, it /is/ very personal of me.
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