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  4. Hi!
    I know that this question is somehow out of the box.
    Please read my question first and kindly help me.

    Is there a way to backup files with ACL permission in Snow Leopard Server using RSYNC (from Mac OS X) to Linux CentOS server (ACL enable)?
    Without losing the ACL permission after transferring the files to CentOS.

    Any help is much appreciated..

    Thank You!

    From Philippines.

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