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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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 Add an Octal view

 
 by fprog26 on: Mar 19 2004
 
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Keep the R/W/X checkbox,
but also add a octal textfield
that changes upon the checkbox.

so we see 0755

and RWX,R-X,R-X

Great work!
Fred.


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 How install ???

 
 by milou on: Mar 23 2004
 
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There is no installation doc :-( ...


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 Re: How install ???

 
 by seb on: Mar 24 2004
 
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It is only an idea...


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 yeeeahh!

 
 by jones on: Apr 4 2004
 
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This has to bedone


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 Vote for it.

 
 by mabs on: May 17 2004
 
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You could all vote for this bug/wish-report:
http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6976


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 Hmm

 
 by DigitalPenguin on: Feb 19 2005
 
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The I hope will be in KDE 3.4. Another improment that doing is that Konquorer need preserve the ACL of files that are being copied, moved, deleted or restored from trash.


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 SELinux ?

 
 by DigitalPenguin on: Feb 20 2005
 
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Having support ACL would hopfully also help toward adding supprt Security Enhanced Linux.


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