[olug] chmod u+s
td3201 at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 4 00:22:23 UTC 2004
if you have 'defaults' as your mount option in
/etc/fstab, then suid is set. the mount command
doesnt output all of the mounted options for some
crazy reason (security?).
Why not use sudo? I have heard suid is disabled in
some kernels....(if that's possible).
It didn't work for me either in FC1...but sudo works
--- Thom Harrison <id4spam at cox.net> wrote:
> It means no since the default is "suid"
> I have my windows filesystem mounted with the nosuid
> linux:/ # mount
> /dev/hda1 on /windows/C type ntfs
> linux:/ #
> Jay Hannah wrote:
> > On Jun 3, 2004, at 5:50 PM, Thom Harrison wrote:
> >> Can root run mail.log.cat successfully?
> > Yes.
> >> Is /var mounted with the SUID allowed?
> > Uhh...
> > jhannah at chinstrap jhannah $ mount | grep /var/log
> > /dev/datavg/loglv on /var/log type reiserfs (rw)
> > Does that mean no?
> > j
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