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Old 05-01-2013, 08:00 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by chrism01 View Post
[...]normally they'd be able to access the file directly as well...
Code:
$ cd tmp
$ echo xxx > testf
$ cat testf 
xxx
$ chmod -r testf 
$ cat testf 
cat: testf: Permission denied
$ echo yyy > testf
$ cat testf 
cat: testf: Permission denied
$ sudo cat testf
yyy
The point being that a user can have write access to a file without being able to read it.

(They could still delete it, but the context of my remark, above, was the use of a "queue" loop script to execute the commands that write to the file, where the user would only be writing to the queue, not the actual file.)
 
  


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