First of all, I don't know if this is the right list to send this question
to. If not, please don't hurt me :).
After I had installed potato, I noticed that my /root had it's permissions
set to 755. I thought I did something wrong, but I decided to have a look at
base2_2.tgz. The permissions are 755 in that package too.
Why on earth would you want to have your roots homedir world-readable? It
sounds like a serious security issue to me.
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