[BusyBox] Busybox and setuid
floydpink at gmail.com
Mon Aug 22 22:13:55 UTC 2005
This is released, and works very well in practice, at least in my
As Bernhard said, CONFIG_FEATURE_SUID_CONFIG is the option you want. You can
also setup an /etc/busybox.conf file to specify certain applets that should
have SUID privilages.
On 8/22/05, Chris Kottaridis <chriskot at quietwind.net> wrote:
> > We have some infrastructure that drops root automatically for things
> > don't need it, if you enable suid support. Happens before the applet
> > actually gets run, I believe. (Applets are tagged based on whether or
> > they need root access in one of the .h files.)
> > Rob
> Well, this certainly seems like the "rightest" answer. Is this currently
> part of the busybox 1.0 release or is it something being worked on for a
> future release ?
> Chris Kottaridis <chriskot at quietwind.net>
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> busybox at mail.busybox.net
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