Re: permissions in /sbin
Jochen Schulz wrote:
Fair enough. I just figured that since /sbin keeps those programs that
only root can run, having the x switch for each seemed promiscuous.
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root ...
Is this really an okay arrangement for the contents of /sbin?
Sure it is. Only root may modify the files and everyone may read and
execute them. What did you expect?
Still learning ... :)
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