NW 6.5 SP8: File Systems Management Guide

This document describes how to create directories and files on a NetWare® 6.5 SP8 server, and to give users secure access to them. It discusses file system access control issues, such as file system trustees, trustee rights, inherited rights filters, and directory and file attributes for the Novell Storage Services (NSS) file system on Linux* and NetWare®, NetWare Core Protocol™ (NCP™) volumes on Linux, and the NetWare Traditional file system on NetWare.

IMPORTANT:This book contains information for NetWare 6.5 SP8 and Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 SP1 Linux. For the latest information about using file systems on Linux, see the Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 SP2 Linux or later versions of the OES 2 SP2: File Systems Management Guide.

For information about managing Linux POSIX* file systems and access control lists, see Access Control Lists in Linux in the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3 Installation and Administration Guide.

This guide is divided into the following sections:


This guide is intended for network administrators and users.


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Documentation Updates

For the most recent version of the File Systems Management Guide, see the NetWare 6.5 SP8 Documentation Web site.

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