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Re: Command not Working

From: David G.
Subject: Re: Command not Working
Date: Tue, 08 Dec 2015 14:50:07 -0800

I will also note that it works for me to start screen on one terminal
and then from a second, run:
screen -X chacl user2 +r-w "#"

That precise command in .screenrc doesn't work. It grants user2 full
permissions to write (but denies 'stuff').

On Tue, Dec 8, 2015, at 04:08 AM, David G. wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to automate screen startup using .screenrc. While I am able
> to use "multiuser on", "source", "quit", the acl commands don't work:
> addacl user1
> chacl user2 +r-w "#"
> The first one should allow user1 to do anything and it does. However,
> the second one should limit user2 from inputting. This does not work. If
> I manually type the second command from ^c a :, then it works.
> What's going on? Why don't the commands work in the scripted / startup
> environment?

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