USENIX 2003 Annual Technical Conference, FREENIX Track Abstract
|Pp. 259-272 of the Proceedings|
POSIX Access Control Lists on Linux
Andreas Grünbacher, SuSE Labs
This paper discusses file system Access Control Lists as implemented
in several UNIX-like operating systems. After recapitulating the
concepts of these Access Control Lists that never formally became a
POSIX standard, we focus on the different aspects of implementation
and use on Linux.
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