Re: Xterm suid?
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On Sun, 31 Aug 1997, Remco Blaakmeer wrote:
> I noticed xterm is suid root. Why is this? Nothing seems to go wrong when
> I run it (not suid) as an ordinary user. BTW, rxvt is not suid so I
> figured "what does xterm need to do as root that rxvt doesn't do?"
| If you will practice being fictional for a while,
Scott K. Ellis | you will understand that fictional
firstname.lastname@example.org | characters are sometimes more real than
| people with bodies and heartbeats.
| -- Illusions
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