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Subject: ACLs
From: Lawrence Walton <lawrence@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2001 09:10:42 -0700
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Hello I have been using XFS on a couple servers;
And want to start exploring ACL support in Linux and Samba.
I am using yesterdays CVS build and have installed 

these additional packages.
with the help of dpkg-buildpackage. 

acl_1.1.3-0_i386.deb

acl-dev_1.1.3-0_i386.deb

attr_1.1.3-0_i386.deb

attr-dev_1.1.3-0_i386.deb

dmapi_0.2.2-0_i386.deb

dmapi-dev_0.2.2-0_i386.deb

xfsprogs_1.3.8-0_i386.deb

xfslibs-dev_1.3.8-0_i386.deb

So I think I have my bases covered.

When I go to set a acl with the command line of
setfacl -s u::rw,g::r,o:-,g:staff:rw file
I get this error
setfacl file: Resulting ACL `,user::rw-,group:staff:rw-,mask::---,other::---': 
Invalid entry type at entry 1
Or even a more simple command line;
 setfacl -m u:lawrence:r file
setfacl: file: Resulting ACL 
`,user::rwx,user:lawrence:r--,mask::---,other::-w-': Invalid entry type at 
entry 1

what in the world am I doing wrong?

Samba acls don't seem to work either.....

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