Re: user private groups and a src group
> In fact, it might be easier to
> find / -type d -print0 | xargs -0 chmod -R g+s
> and then fix up the exceptions by hand. The only ones I can
> think of at the moment are /tmp and /var/tmp, though there may be
> others, especially belonging to some obscure packages.
This sounds horrendously insecure. /usr/bin is owned by root.root, for
example, and you want to have it setgid???? !
Hmm... I always change all stock [non-suid/sgid] binaries to bin.bin.
Then, I can enforce that bin has access mode 0755.
Under this scheme, /usr/bin/ would be owned by bin.bin -- seems like a
Raul D. Miller