Is there a way to enable ACLs in Nautilus so I can view and modify them? We've always done ACLs from the command line but it would be nice to use Nautilus but I was surprised to see that, at l... [by MarkRo]
on 08/01/2009 – Made popular on 08/01/2009
I installed eiciel on xubuntu to support acls and extended attributes. It also installed Nautilus and since Nautilus supports eiciel very well, I decided to try it. I launched nautilus from Terminal, but it came up without a menu bar. I really need a menu bar.
I use rsync (rsync-3.0.6-5.el6_0.1.x86_64 on Scientific Linux 6) to transfer files from a VFAT disk to an NFS mounted ext3 file system. I have ACLs set up on the ext3 system and all works as expected when i.e. creating new files or dirs (through the NFS mount, via command line or Nautilus).