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Re: Enable logging remote ssh contacts
Corinna Vinschen-2 wrote:
> On Apr 29 01:21, Fokke Nauta wrote:
>> Cyrille Lefevre wrote:
>> > no, setfacl %-|
>> > (getfacl messages | echo group:Users:r--) | setfacl -m -f - messages
>> > PS : replace Users by the equivalents group on your system
>> > in french under Vista, don't know under XP ?)
>> > well, the last one :
>> > v2$ id
>> > uid=1000(Cyrille) gid=513(None)
>> > groups=513(None),0(root),544(Administrateurs),545(Utilisateurs)
>> > Regards,
>> > Cyrille Lefevre
>> I entered (getfacl messages | echo group:Users:r--) | setfacl -m -f -
>> and got as result: Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> I can't reproduce the SEGV. However, your expression is wrong
> - (getfacl messages | echo group:Users:r--)
> This expression only echos the "group:Users:r--" line, the output
> of getfacl is simple lost since echo doesn't copy its stdin to
> stdout. What you really want is this:
> (getfacl messages ; echo group:Users:r--)
> Note the semicolon instead of the pipe.
> - setfacl -m -f -
> This doesn't work. The -f option is always a set option and can't
> combined with the -m option. So just use
> setfacl -f -
> - Did you notice Cyrille's hint about the name of the Users group?
> It's not always Users, rather it is localized, for instance
> "Utilisateurs" in french, "Benutzer" in german, etc. If you
> use "Users" on a non-English system, you are probably out of luck.
> Fortunately you can also use the gid instead of the group name:
> (getfacl messages ; echo group:545:r--) | setfacl -f -
Entering "(getfacl messages ; echo group:545:r--) | setfacl -f -" starts up
the help function of setfacl.
Replacing the last dash by messages results in an error message.
Yes, I noticed Cyrilles hint. I am working on an English machine and the
command id shows the group Users indeed.
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