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Re-4: mv do not preserves default acls

From: stefanke
Subject: Re-4: mv do not preserves default acls
Date: Fri, 7 Oct 2005 14:43:18 +0000

You are right SUSE's utils were patched. The thing ist that the mv command 
preserves the access acls but ignores the default acls of the parent directory! 

So probably there is a bug in used acl patches. Though it`s not a problem of 
the gnu coreutils since they doesn`t support acls in general.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Re-2: mv do not preserves default acls (07-Okt-2005 11:28)
From:    address@hidden
To:      address@hidden

> address@hidden wrote:
> > ok I thing cp,mv etc. does support ACLs from stock. Well my disibution (
> > SUSE SLES9) preserves the ACLs (including default ACLs) when I perform "cp" 
> > but it doesn`t work with "mv".
> That's odd.
> I was under the impression that SUSE's coreutils were patched
> to provide ACL support.  You should upgrade or report the problem to them.
> ...
> > Where can I get the ACL-pachtes for the mv command?
> As far as I know, there are none for the latest test release.
> If you search for e.g., coreutils-5.3.0-10.src.rpm,
> you should find patches that will apply to the previous
> test release.

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