haski at sezampro.yu
Fri Mar 29 07:57:55 PST 2002
On Fri, Mar 29, 2002 at 03:32:54PM +0000, Mark Ellis wrote:
> > > <user/>
> > > <group/>
> > I would leave out the <group> here, at least for now. I think it's
> > better
> > that we go with a simple su-like implementation (again - for now).
> Good point, dunno about you but i havent dealt with GIDs much, we could
> fla this one as "will be but not yet".
I'm just doing (with <su> at the moment) what (I believe) su(1) does
- setgid() to the user's group, not allowing any specifying of some
other group. (And also setting those supplementary groups.)
> > > </stageinfo>
> > > ... (any valid action elements, including <package> and <stage>)
> > I suppose it would be too much to add another "parent element" here,
> > to
> > include all these other elements, contained in <stage>.
> Might be nice, i could go either way on this.
If we add another parent element here, there is a problem (not really a
problem, but...) when the only thing we want is to <chroot>, for example.
Then, we would have to use:
<name>Changing the root directory to /mnt/lfs</name>
<body> <!-- Or whatever... -->
which is sooo much elements for such a simple operation.
But it might be also well worth it... Don't know... :)
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