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Re: user private groups and a src group

Craig Sanders:
>   This sounds horrendously insecure. /usr/bin is owned by root.root, for
>   example, and you want to have it setgid???? !

Well I wasn't thinking about anything than home dirs and elected other
dir like /usr/src.

But this scheme does not introduce security problems.

(It doesn't matter whether /usr/bin is setgid or not, it doesn't
give the normal user any addition privileges.)


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