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Hello,

I hope X-Scripts is the right forum:

I have some files with a strange permission identifier:
-rw-r--r--@ 1 root wheel 129761 21 mar 13:16 DicOOo.sxw

I know what means a "t" in 11th position:it's the sticky bit
But what is a @ ?...

I get this @ each time I create a file on MAC OSX file system from Linux (I've enabled the write possibility).
I noticed also that MACOSX add a "+" in 11th position for the directories.

I didn't find an answer with google.
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http://discussions.a...ssageID=5791060

It just means that the file/directory has extended permissions/attributes that can be seen through Terminal by using the -e switch. :blink:

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OK

Thks for your quick answer.
I'm going to try the -e

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Hello,

Euhhhh, sorry but where to use the -e ?
I tried ls -e but didn't got any extra information on files.

man ls gives me:
-e Print the Access Control List (ACL) associated with the file, if present.


So ls isn't the right command...
What is the right command?

Thks
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Do this on the file: "xattr -l filename"





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