Re: /home as noexec and X
>>>>> "Matus" == Matus \"fantomas\" Uhlar <Matus> writes:
Matus> Hello, I mounted my /home partition as noexec (to have more
Matus> security on my machine) and I found i can't exec scripts
Matus> like ~/.xsession; would be good if it would be execuuted
Matus> like "exec sh $HOME/.xsession" and not "exec
Matus> $HOME/.xsession" imho
Well, there does remain the fact that ~/.xsession does not need to be
an sh script, but I totally agree; Debian should not require
~/.xsession to be executable. I don't think any other Unixes do.
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