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Advanced Permissions - konqueror

  

KDE Improvement

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Advanced Permissions - konqueror
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Advanced Permissions - konqueror
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Depends on  KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  2811
Submitted:  Mar 11 2004

Description:

This is an idea for adding the acl (Access Control List) support in konqueror. Using the permissions tab on the file properties, is only possible to set the standard Unix permission. The acl was ignored. I realized an example to include acl support to the "Advanced Permissions" window in the permissions tab on the file's properties. The screenshot shows the actual "Advanced Permissions" window and my idea.
I'll appreciate your comment.




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 Good

 
 by aunzim on: Mar 11 2004
 
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That is a good problem to think about. I believe that the current permissions set-up it's pour user-friendly.

It should be great to know what folders are permited for user. like share folder of emule.

Just a sugestion... ;)


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 Excellent idea

 
 by Praxxus on: Mar 11 2004
 
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This is a great idea, and one that really should be implemented. We got ACLs on Samba working at work, and imagine my dismay when the smb kio_slave wouldn't show the extened permissoins on shared folders!

I'm glad you brought this topic up.


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 ACL

 
 by ggb2g on: Mar 11 2004
 
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that's a very good mockup and idea. I fully support it.
I believe that we need to have ACL in the kernel to use it on Linux, but we can probably use it already on samba partitions.


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 Re: ACL

 
 by Yaba on: Mar 11 2004
 
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Actually you can use it with ext3 on most distributions. You just have to mount it with a special parameter.

Sorry, I can't remember it. There was an article by Azundris in the german c't magazine some time ago.


BTW: Evidence already supports ACLs (http://evidence.sourceforge.net/)


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 Re: ACL

 
 by markuzzo on: Mar 11 2004
 
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The ACL can be used only if you mount the filesystems with acl option insted of "ro" or "rw" options. So, you have to modify the /etc/fstab. After you mount the partitions with acl, you have to use the commands "setfacl" or "getfacl". The first command is used to set, modify or remove the acl entries; the second command is used to view the acl entries. Whene the acl was applied, whit the command "ls -l" you see the standard permissions with a plus "+" char wich indicate that the file or directory have an acl entry. For example:

-rwxr-xr--+




Unfortunately I am not a good programmer and I don't know how to realize a kfile plugin for konqueror. I just realized the GUI with QT Designer.

If sombody of you is a programmer, we can try to realize somethink.
Bye Markuzzo


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 Very good!

 
 by iPaqTux on: Mar 11 2004
 
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This is something that has been sorely needed since ACL support has gone mainstream in Linux. It removes the last advantage that Windows Explorer had over Konqy.


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 Consider

 
 by epoch on: Mar 11 2004
 
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Consider adding an "Advanced" button which expands the window to contain the ACL options.


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 overview

 
 by Michel on: Mar 11 2004
 
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Heya I'm new here, but have a suggestion if you're going to use acl's ... They seem to be very flexible, but I fear a user will loose overview ... I think it would be good if you could query the permissions. Like give me all files that user A has any kind of permission to. For example by clicking on the user name and a menu or a contextmenu. Anyway, I think an overview is needed. If possible it should be possible to "copy" the permissions that user A has to user B. But I'm not sure about the usefullness off this last suggestion, an overview-possibilty/query should be handy.


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