ACL support has been greatly improved with the latest oneye SVN commits by s0600204. He has also written an excellent tutorial I’m going to post here, so you can all take advantage of it!
Before reading it, please consider these important notes:
- Latest SVN commits have improved both the mechanisms and the GUI of ACL management. Having oneye SVN 7358 or subsequent is a requirement for all the procedures mentioned in the tutorial. You can find an howto about upgrading your oneye system to latest SVN here);
- Setting wrong ACLs can damage your oneye system and make it unavailable. Please always back up your data and test your ACL modifications on a testing oneye installation before using it in production;
- Normal users are not allowed to see and edit ACLs on an oneye system. So this tutorial is obviously targeted at oneye system administrators only;
- This tutorial is a draft and maybe it will be modified in the future. Please always be sure to have latest version. Current version is: draft2 – 02/28/2012