The ARPA2 Shell for ACL Management
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:
- Identity-based Access Control
- Forms of Identity
- Inheritance of Identities
- Efficiently Implementing Access Control
- Efficiently Implementing Access Control for Groups and Roles
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
help function to check the details. This shell has not been
fully finalised yet.
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