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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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Minimum required   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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 ASAP!

 
 by redrat on: Mar 11 2004
 
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This should really be implemented. It's a feature that is needed for KDE's success on the corporate desktop.


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 I agree

 
 by jos on: Mar 12 2004
 
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this makes management of advanced permissions much easier...


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 acl manager

 
 by jaune on: Mar 12 2004
 
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Excellent design!
Did you will implement this feature?


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 Very nice!

 
 by ChiaJesus on: Mar 13 2004
 
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I agree. This should become a standard part of the KDE distribution. I could see this being particularly useful for system admins trying to learn the complexities of Unix file permissions.As it stands right now, the only way to "do it right" is on the command line. This would be extremely beneficial to the Unix world.

-Chia


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 How to Install

 
 by robzilla on: Mar 14 2004
 
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Is there any how to install help for this? I haven't installed one of these before and would love some help with it :)


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 A really good idea !

 
 by noop on: Mar 14 2004
 
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I think this idea should be incorporated into KDE, as fast as possible, preferably before 3.3.

I would like to help with this if I can - I know C++, but have never hacked seriously on KDE before (a couple of patches here and there).


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