Re: Packages' use of dpkg-statoverride
Previously Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> As I said in my original message, to avoid a problem like this, all binaries
> should be shipped non-suid, and optionally overridden to suid.
You should ship it in the most often used configuration, and set the
override beforehand if needed. That way you don't get unexpected breakage
if for some reason the install dies halfway through or takes very long.
I've seen lots of people complain about things like ping suddenly no
longer being suid. statoverrides give us a way to close that window
of brokenness - we have to us it.
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