[Samba] Unexpected behaviour with ACL GROUP CONTROL
jra at samba.org
Sun May 14 22:37:29 GMT 2006
On Sun, May 14, 2006 at 11:23:59PM +0100, Roger Lucas wrote:
> Thanks for the (very) quick reply.
> Is there any way to set it up so that the ACL for a file or folder can be
> changed by any user who:
> - has explicit write access in the current ACL
> - is a member of a group that has write access in the current ACL
> I am looking for an "intuitive" configuration so that if you have write
> access to a file (via whatever ACLs) then you can write to the ACL as well
That's not intuitive to me... The problem is write access doesn't mean
set ACL access. Set ACL access implies ownership. Write access can be
given to anyone.
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