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Old 11-06-2005, 02:36 PM   #1
mudasar
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A. how to permit more then one user to access a file


suppose there r three(more then) user/groups , and i want that first user can only read the file, second can read & write , and third have no access on the required file/folder
like windows right click on folder -> pro ->Secutity
there r multi user and grops that have different permissions
so i will be thank full to u
 
Old 11-06-2005, 03:18 PM   #2
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I don't think it is possible for more than 3 users. Permissions and ownership of files is an old thing in Unix. For 3 users you can do it like that:

Set permission to 754
Set ownership to user A and group G
Create user A in group G
Create user B in group G
Create user C not in group G

Then A will have read, write and exec right
B will have read and write
and C will have read only.
 
Old 11-20-2005, 01:19 PM   #3
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Re: A. how to permit more then one user to access a file

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Originally posted by mudasar
suppose there r three(more then) user/groups , and i want that first user can only read the file, second can read & write , and third have no access on the required file/folder
like windows right click on folder -> pro ->Secutity
there r multi user and grops that have different permissions
so i will be thank full to u
sol:
by using setfacl,getfacl.................these command r newely used in 2.6 kernal
so use it and enjoy
 
  


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