Ubuntu: + char in file permissions



Question:

After executing the command I got this output:

ll /dev/    crw-rw----+  1 root root     10, 232 Jun  3 21:49 kvm  

What does the '+' character mean ?


Solution:1

This means that the file has some more ACL entries associated with it. Use

getfacl /dev/kvm  

to get a list of all ACL entries attached to this file.


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