Re: /home as noexec and X
>>>>> "Avery" == Avery Pennarun <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Ben> Well, there does remain the fact that ~/.xsession does not
Ben> need to be an sh script, but I totally agree; Debian should
Ben> not require ~/.xsession to be executable. I don't think any
Ben> other Unixes do.
Avery> The session start script at U Waterloo uses logic something
Avery> like this:
Avery> if [ -e ~/.xsession ]; then if [ -x ~/.xsession ];
Avery> then exec ~/.xession else sh ~/.xsession fi fi
Avery> I like it.
This is an excellent idea. Branden, I suggest this be how our xinit
scripts do it.
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