On Wed, Jul 31, 2019, 12:09 PM Toby Thain <toby(a)telegraphics.com.au> wrote:
On 2019-07-31 5:59 a.m., Stephan Han. wrote:
Hello Unix enthusiasts.
I'd like to know who or the group of people behind implementing this
filesystem permission system.
Since we are using this system for nearly 40 years and it addresses all
the aspects of the permission matter without any hustle.
It may not address "all aspects" since it has been necessary for some
purposes to extend the permission model substantially over time, such as
ACLs, SELinux, etc.
He did say they solved the problem without hassle. All those other things
introduced hassle. :) There is also all the various capacity frameworks to
self limit what you are allowed to do as any easy to administer exploits...
I'm inspired to know who/how came up with
Also if it derived from somewhere else or If there's an origin story
about this, it would be worth to share.