New element (<su> ?)
haski at sezampro.yu
Thu Feb 28 04:08:58 PST 2002
On Wed, Feb 27, 2002 at 01:12:17PM +0100, Matthias Benkmann wrote:
> Where's the problem with that? My personal automated building system does
> just that (it deals with package users). It is invoked as root and
> executes commands with
> su <user> -c command
> A building system where the controlling program is written in C can just
> use the proper set*id() calls. I see absolutely no problems with this
> approach, especially since a normal LFS build only has to distinguish
> between chapter 5 user and chapter 6 user.
Peter van Kampen sent me a patch for nALFS to include a new element:
that does this.
So this would be a good time to propose a new element as a part of the
syntax. Maybe with another name, but I think this is just what we need
for new LFS versions (and in general).
And what is also great is a possibility for something like:
when a parser is started with super-user privileges.
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