Re: schroot: mount: exec mount_nullfs not found: No such file or directory
El 12 de febrer de 2012 21:19, Steven Chamberlain <email@example.com>
> I tested that /lib/freebsd/mount (for which /bin/mount is wrapper
> script) does accept a user-specified PATH when looking for a helper to
> execute. But fortunately it is not setuid (at least on my own Squeeze
> If anyone allows the use of sudo for /bin/mount, that should reset the
> environment to something sane, so they should not be at risk.
Wouldn't it be better to fix the bug instead?
>> If this patch is the problem, we could use execvP() instead (like upstream did).
> I see that upstream previously searched /sbin then /usr/sbin, before
> rewriting it to use execvP with _PATH_SYSPATH which is
If someone can confirm this fixes the problem, I could cherry-pick the
execvP() fix from upstream, but that requires importing the whole
execvP() implementation so I'd rather be sure it's what we need.
Could someone please check if 044_mount_exec.diff is the culprit?