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The ARPA2 Shell for ACL Management

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ARPA2 Shell for ACL Management

The arpa2acl shell is a generic mechanism for setting up ACL information. An ACL defines who is permitted to do what.

An ACL is a general instrument for management of rights by users or, more dynamically, role occupants. In the ARPA2 project, we recognise two classes of rights:

  • Communication (with a certain peer)
  • Resource use

More information on this is on the following pages:

Using the ARPA2 Shell for ACL Management

To start the shell, run the following command from an operating system command line or the ARPA2 meta-shell named arpa2shell with the command

arpa2acl

Use the help function to check the details. This shell has not been fully finalised yet.

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