Re: about web pages build
[gah, replying to myself]
On Sun, May 07, 2000 at 12:08:37AM +0200, Josip Rodin wrote:
> But it is actually a /usr/bin/perl script (not suidperl?!) and group
> debwww. Since Linux kernel explicitely forbids setuid scripts, and I guess
> that includes Perl, this would mean that the parent process would already
> have to be suid to run it, so the suid bit on the file isn't worth much.
Actually, I've seen this work. Strange.
> Finally, is the stuff in /org/www.debian.org/update.mirrors etc used by
> anything? The script has a wrong path to ~archvsync and the READMEs aren't
> quite clear...
The paths in the web scripts were fixed, too, BTW.
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