Privileges associated with a file
Each executable file on the system can have two privilege sets.
These sets are disjoint, that is,
a privilege can not be defined
as both fixed and inheritable for the same file.
If an executable file does not
require any privileges then both sets are empty.
Inheritable privileges are unused in this release. They are
present for future work only, and can be safely ignored.
Privileges associated with a process
File and process privileges
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004