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Date:               Thu, 7 Dec 1995 08:28:46 +600 CDT
From:      "Larry Dolinar" <LARRYD@bldg1.croute.com>
To:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:         Re: SUID bits
Message-ID:  <BF9341573C0@bldg1.croute.com>

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Thus spake Stephen Hovey <shovey@buffnet.net> (Wed, 6 Dec 1995):

|  
|  not unless thats some new default - I even went into kern_exec.c and 
|  commented out the if statement which disables suid if the process is 
|  traced or mounted nosuid and it didnt help.
|  
|  I note also that if you drop a program into the general path (ie 
|  /usr/local/bin) the user doesnt see it till they log out and back in.

Unless you run /bin/csh as your shell: type rehash.  Not familiar with 
anything else but Bourne: don't think there's an equivalent.

|  
|  Im wondering if it isnt a mmap issue.
|  
|  

hth,
larry



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