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Re: group nvram

This one time, at band camp, Marco d'Itri said:
> On Mar 17, Stephen Gran <sgran@debian.org> wrote:
> > That's the first I've heard that argument - of course you don't give
> This is weird, because it has been around for quite a long time.
> E.g. cp /bin/bash .; chgrp audio bash; chmod g+s bash

Since you can't do that unless you're already in group audio, I'm not
sure what you're trying to say.  The part of my mail you cut did say
that you don't give untrusted users access to these groups.

> > untrusted users access to hardware, but we've always managed access to
> > devices with group membership (lp, dialout, etc).  Are you proposing
> > that should change?
> The rest of the Linux world is:
> http://dualstack.ipv6-exp.l.google.com/search?q=policykit .

I am less than impressed with more "solutions" that depend on dbus.
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