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RE: Problem with SETFACL and shortcuts?

On Sat, 27 Sep 2003, Harre Mark VIE wrote:

> [snip]
> If I may ask another question regarding setfacl.
> I would like to use setfacl on all subdirs but unlike chmod it doesn't
> have a recursive option (unless I missed it somewhere?) so I use the
> following bash script:
>         cd /
>         chown Administrators:None .
>         IFS=${IFS// /} # processes files with spaces
>         for file in $( find /. )
>         do
>             setfacl -s u::rwx,g::r-x,o::r-x "$file"
>         Done
>         # now set ACLs for home dirs and SSHD etc...
> It works but is a little slow.  I could use chmod -R 755 . but I found
> that setfacl does a better job at resetting *all* the NT ACLs to what I
> want.  Is there a more efficient method?
> Regards,
> Mark
> [snip]

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