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RE: setuid question



Well that would make sense then. So ... I guess my next thought is if I
write a c program to run that script, or atleast grab my data. 

What files honor the setuid bit ?

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Subject: Re: setuid question


Steven J Lamb kirjoitti viestissään (lähetysaika torstai, 18. 
toukokuuta 2006 18:34):
> I have written a script which I have set with the permissions
> of 4755 whose owner is root and group is root.

The setuid bit is ignored for shell scripts.

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