Re: user private groups and a src group
> Craig Sanders:
> This sounds horrendously insecure. /usr/bin is owned by root.root, for
> example, and you want to have it setgid???? !
> Hmm... I always change all stock [non-suid/sgid] binaries to bin.bin.
> Then, I can enforce that bin has access mode 0755.
> Under this scheme, /usr/bin/ would be owned by bin.bin -- seems like a
This is how it Should Be, IMHO, regardless of how the setgid/group
thing works out. bin.bin is much cleaner than root.wheel.
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