torsten at howard.cc
Mon Mar 10 03:03:45 PST 2003
On Mon the 10 Mar 2003 at 10 hours EST
>Is there something stupid going on when a user can't execute a
>program with 751 permissions, but can execute it with 755?
>Is the something stupid:
>a. The system that refuses permission?
>b. The LFSer who set it up?
>c. Some weird config file hidden somewhere?
>From what I have read, it seems 751 should be enough.
I made a small test. 751 should be adequate for most
However, setting 751 on a shell executable is not
adequate, because the user must also be able to open
the shell file for execution, there fore read permission
is needed (755).
I don't know if this is your problem.
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