hlfs team

Ryan.Oliver at pha.com.au Ryan.Oliver at pha.com.au
Sun Jan 11 22:47:37 PST 2004






> AFAIK, wouldn't it be an almost trivial fix to just change file
> permissions on su (and any other potentially root giving program) to >
750
> so that only people in its group can run it, and then add it to the
> group wheel, or admin or something similar.  That way only users with
> the appropriate group could even use the su command.

Don't use coreutils su, use shadow's su and you'll get the behaviour
you are expecting...

 [R]




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