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Re: Issues with ACL settings after updating to the latest cygwin.dll
- From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon at yandex dot ru>
- To: xnor <xnoreq at gmail dot com>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2016 23:35:58 +0300
- Subject: Re: Issues with ACL settings after updating to the latest cygwin.dll
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- Reply-to: cygwin at cygwin dot com
>>Which warning do you mean here?
> The "permissions out of order" one. This was not the case before, at
> least not on my installation, so I don't see how this can be called
It is normal and was normal for at least seventeen years.
>>Come on, be fair. The new ACL handling started out early 2015, got a
>>break when I realized that it doesn't work as is, and then got a new
>>test phase starting back in September. Except for minor bugs it seemed
>>to work rather well. Nobody reported this effect in all the 4 months
>>test period. You don't actually think I wouldn't have fixed it prior
>>to the release if I had known about it, do you?
> 2.4.0-1 was released ~3 weeks ago. I had actually upgraded a few days
> earlier to a TEST version and noticed that a cygwin downloaded exe
> couldn't be executed but assumed the exe was corrupt and didn't
> Then a few days ago the same thing happened again. Now I'm here.
> Anyway, clearly most users are just that: users, and not testers that
> will install and test TEST versions.
I hope this is not a complaint? You are supposed to know what you are doing,
when installing test versions.
>>They are not supposed to be modifiable in Explorer. If you want to
>>change permissions on a Cygwin ACL, use chmod or setfacl.
> Is this a joke?
It is a statement of the matter.
>>> Here is the output from icacls /saveacl for some file:
>>Doh, I'm sorry, but I can't read this format very well. Can you please
>>again send the standard icacls output as well as the output from
>>of the parent dir and the created file? I'd like to have this problem
>>fixed, but I need your help. As I said, it works fine for me and
>>being able to reproduce I'm somewhat at a loss.
> You can import this by putting it in a textfile and using icacls
> testfile /restore acl.txt.
> As I've said before, my Windows is German. icacls output will be
> localized. Do you really want that?
You'd be surprizedâ But the actual answer is "yes".
> What I posted is the only portable way to share ACLs.
You weren't asked for "portable".
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mail cleint, or gmane.
You're breaking threading.
With best regards,
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 23:31:57
Sorry for my terrible english...