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Re: POSIX capabilities patch

* Daniel Jacobowitz [Tue, 11 Nov 2003 at 22:18 -0500]
> I would want considerably more information on the security implications
> of allowing CAP_SETPCAP than either of those documents provides, if I
> were you.
> The POSIX capability code is notoriously subtle and prone to anger. 
Which is why I ask if it would not be appropriate as a Debian package. I
am not a security expert, but OTOH people that want this functionality
will manually patch anyway. My question is, is it appropriate to make it
easier for them by creating a Debian package?

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