RE: Use of suidmanager
On Tue, 24 Jun 1997, Michael Meskes wrote:
>But that means we have to add all permission since all are configurable.
>Isn't it a better idea to save the standard setting only for those
>programs that are setuid by default?
I am not sure that I understand this.
/etc/suid.conf contains permission for suid candidates in order to make it
easy to give those files suid status by simply editing the file.
entries in suid.conf also will cause the preservation of those permissions
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