Linux Access Control Lists

ACLs for Cygwin

Samba and ACL's

I have Samba working nicely with ACLs now. Both at the share level, so that a Windows administrator can use MMC to manipulate share-level permissions, and at the file directory level. Samba writes the share-level stuff to a .tdb file in it's data directory. File system ACLs are possible as long as EXT3 is being used with Extended Attributes compiled into either the kernel or the ext3 kernel module. Just remount the filesystem with acl support and it should work. See the above link for a howto. --Wim

See also Samba or Linux or Cygwin