running gpm as non-root
If you type "gpm" as a non-root user, it just sits there and never
returns. IMHO it should check to see whether you are root, if you aren't
then it should abort with an error.
What do other people think - this sort of thing could apply to several
programs - particularly those in /etc/init.d
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