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ACL overview: Linux: Files and Permissions
ACL overview: Linux: Files and Permissions

Standard Linux permissions have some serious limitations such as files and directories can only belong to one user and one group. Permissions can only be set for the user, group or everyone else. Access Control Lists remedy this situation by providing a user to add permissions to as many users and groups as necessary.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Network Administration IT Operating Systems Linux

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