Re: /home as noexec and X
firstname.lastname@example.org (Ole J. Tetlie) writes:
*-"Matus \"fantomas\" Uhlar" <email@example.com>
| -> | -> Ship's Log, Lt. Ben Gertzfield, Stardate 091298.0823:
| -> | -> > an sh script, but I totally agree; Debian should not require
| -> | -> > ~/.xsession to be executable. I don't think any other Unixes do.
| -> | ->
| -> | -> redhat does ...
| -> |
| -> | probably exactly to be possible for user to decide what shell to use;
| -> I don't see a problem. If the user wants to choose a weird shell,
| -> perl or even prolog, he would only have to make the file executable.
| will it work when /home will be mounted noexec ?
I should think so (but I'm found to be wrong 68.32% of the time :-)
Hmm, then we'd be best off assuming you're wrong all the time, that
way we'll be okay more often than not.