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ACL( Access Control List) is a great way of managing access rights to files and directories. You can add,manage and delete the entries in the ACL through commands and also with help of GUI utility. Yes; there is indeed a GUI utility.
It is named as eiciel. Pronounciation is simple. Just speak aloud these alphabets. A C L Yes; thats the pronounciation.
This utility is usable on the GNOME desktop environment. The management of the ACL is integrated inside...
I downloaded a program called "Smile" I think it stands for "Slideshow Maker In a Linux Environment". The program just comes in an archive, which you extract anywhere you want, open the folder and double click in the "smile" icon.
The program is supposed to really easy to use with a pleasant interface; if you get it to work? When you start the program it's supposed to tell you what dependancies are missing, not for me anyway! I clicked on the icon and,...