Re: Use of suidmanager
On Jun 24, Michael Meskes wrote
> It seems I misunderstood what suidmanager does.
> But I still don't see the reason for non-setuid programs listed there
> by default. Does that mean 'You can make this program suid, but we
> prefer it to be not-suid.'?
a) show the option : maybe you want to make this program suid
b) side effect : after each update the suimanager will re-create the
old permissions (they get lost in an update).
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