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Date:      Sun, 6 Dec 2015 17:57:09 -0200
From:      =?utf-8?B?THXDrXM=?= Fernando Schultz Xavier da Silveira <schultz@ime.usp.br>
To:        Anton Sayetsky <vsasjason@gmail.com>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: OSS in jail
Message-ID:  <20151206195709.GA4100@hpmini>
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> Pleas, reply to list instead of users.

Sorry.

> If a user has write access, how do you want to prevent him to set permissions?

This is the precise problem.
I need either a stronger form of access control than unix permissions
or two separate devices for playback and recording.
Or maybe a separate OSS stack, in the spirit of VIMAGE.
These options seem unrealistic, but the use case does not seem
unreasonable, which is why I pose the question.





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