Patrick O'Callaghan wrote: > > The ability to do what? Give root ownership to a script? It is > unchanged. Once again: only root can change ownership. > > In any case, the owner of the script is only security-relevant in two > cases: 1) if it allows someone to edit the script who normally couldn't, > or 2) if the script is setuid. Of course it could also change who can > *execute* the script, but if it's not setuid they'll be doing it as > themselves, not as the owner. > Does setuid work on scrips? I know it did not in the past, but I have not checked to see if that has changed. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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