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Re: ACL behavior in Cygwin // Re: (call-process ...) hangs in emacs

Andrey Repin writes:
>> What Cygwin could do is to perform ACL-based access checks independently of
>> the "acl"/"noacl" mount mode on FSes supporting ACLs.  However, if you want
>> ACLs, why not use the "acl" mount mode in the first place?
> ACL inheritance, mostly. POSIX'ized permissions break inheritance on newly
> created files, at times making these files inaccessible to native
> applications, even though inheritance rules would allow it otherwise.

You can prevent this from happening if you forbid users to change the
ACL and enforce inheritance.  That's the reason I can't give those files
sensible POSIX permissions since they'd need to be translated into ACL
which I can't write.  All our filers are set up that way.  No I don't
think this is a good idea, but I guess there'd been one support call too
many with a share that somebody made inaccessible by fiddling with the

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