What about suid kioslaves?
chris at chrishowells.co.uk
Sun Dec 29 23:27:45 GMT 2002
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On Friday 27 December 2002 20:45, Maurizio Monge wrote:
> I was thinking that floppy:/ audiocd:/ and iso:/ (though
> audiocd coud support also audiocd:/dev/cdrom1, etc without
> to change the main config) could be very good for users,
> but i had to put 666 permission to /dev/cdrom* (ok at home,
> not ok
> where i am sysadmin :-) ).
chown root.cdrom /dev/hdc
chmod g+r /dev/hdc
Add user to cdrom group. Sorted.
> What do you think about root-suid kioslaves for some
> registered devices?
I can't see what it would what standard unix permissions already can, apart
from opening up more potential security holes.
Cheers, Chris Howells -- chris at chrishowells.co.uk, howells at kde.org
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