On Thu, 7 Jun 2001, Bryan J. Smith wrote:
> > Is it possible to set ACLs on a file or directory if
> > you are not the native owner (e.g. member of the primary
> > group) ???
> > Thank you,
> > Jan
> Someone else correct me if I'm wrong in saying this but would
> consider such a "feature" to be a _gross_security_violation_. Any
> reason you need this?
The reason is, that in connection with samba you must have one admin user
who is able to set acls. But you can't give the right to set acls to
another user too (e.g. his home directory).
Perhaps it's possible to do this anyway, bu I don't know how?!