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README.md

pylibacl

This is a Python 3.4+ extension module allows you to manipulate the POSIX.1e Access Control Lists present in some OS/file-systems combinations.

Downloads: go to http://pylibacl.k1024.org/downloads. Latest version is 0.5.4. The source repository is either at https://git.k1024.org/pylibacl.git or at https://github.com/iustin/pylibacl.

For any issues, please file bugs at https://github.com/iustin/pylibacl/issues.

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Requirements

pylibacl has been written and tested on Linux, kernel v2.4 or newer, with XFS filesystems; ext2/ext3 should also work. Since release 0.4.0, FreeBSD 7 also has quite good support. If any other platform implements the POSIX.1e draft, pylibacl can be used. I heard that Solaris does, but I can't test it.

  • Python 3.4 or newer. Python 2.4+ was supported in the 0.5.x branch.
  • Operating system:
    • Linux, kernel v2.4 or newer, and the libacl library and development packages (all modern distributions should have this, under various names); also the file-systems you use must have ACLs turned on, either as a compile or mount option.
    • FreeBSD 7.0 or newer.
  • The sphinx python module, for your python version, if building the documentation.

FreeBSD

Note that on FreeBSD, ACLs are not enabled by default (at least on UFS file systems). To enable them, run tunefs -a enabled on the file system in question (after mounting it read-only). Then install:

  • pkg install py36-setuptools py36-sphinx

or:

  • pkg install py37-setuptools

License

pylibacl is Copyright (C) 2002-2009, 2012, 2014, 2015 Iustin Pop.

pylibacl is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. See the COPYING file for the full license terms.

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