Re: setgid crontab
On Sun, 3 Aug 2003 09:03, Steve Greenland wrote:
> > It's easy enough to make the directory containing the files be mode 0775
> > to solve this.
> I'll assume you meant 0770? 775 and 771 don't solve the problem, and I
> don't see the point of 774 over 770...
Yes, I meant to say 0770.
> > I don't know why the directory is currently mode 0755,
> It's the debian default, and I never considered the issue before, and
> nobody complained. But it's easy to fix at this point.
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produce a package for SE Linux.
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