UNIX & GNU/Linux - User commands - Using fs

To set ACL correctly, you can use the fs user command.

Let's take an example to set the ACL:

$ fs setacl path/until/directory name command

If we want to see ACL list, let's execute this with the la (for list acl):

$ fs la path/until/directory

To remove all the ACL rights for the user system:anyuser we have to write it (sa for setacl):

$ fs sa directory system:anyuser none

 

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