[lug] Access control lists

Hugh Brown hugh at math.byu.edu
Fri Oct 18 21:19:42 MDT 2002

not knowing anything about it (when has that ever stopped me though :),
I would assume that there were a kernel module that needs modprobe'ing.

I'd also do rpm -ql acl|grep doc and look in any directories that pop
out (I'd do it for all the rpm's you listed).



On Fri, 2002-10-18 at 23:09, Terry Branaman wrote:
> I am trying to set up an ACL on a file, but I get the following:
> # setfacl -m mask:7 foo
> setfacl: foo: Operation not supported
> I am running Mandrake 9.0, and have installed
> libacl1-2.0.11-1mdk.i586.rpm, libattr1-2.0.8-1mdk.i586.rpm,
> acl-2.0.11-1mdk.i586.rpm, and attr-2.0.8-1mdk.i586.rpm. The file is on
> an ext3 partition.
> What am I missing? Is there something else that I need to install? Or
> how to I enable ACLs? I haven't been able to find any HOWTOs on this.
> Thanks,
> Terry Branaman
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