SETID in kernel
kevin at ziptek-technologies.co.uk
Wed Apr 19 18:23:08 BST 2006
Does /usr/local/bin/suidperl exist if not then it didn't install with that
option and Openwebmail will not run.
I may be wrong but I think speedy_suidperl is just a more secure way insteed
of just running speed_cgi which Openwebmail used to do.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: freebsd-users-admin at uk.freebsd.org
> [mailto:freebsd-users-admin at uk.freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Jeff
> Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2006 6:14 PM
> To: kevin at ziptek-technologies.co.uk; 'freebsd users'
> Subject: RE: SETID in kernel
> I did deinstall and reinstall, and even checked the Config
> output to make sure it was answering the question "Do you
> want to enable SUID emulation"
> correctly, which it was. So I am reasonably certain that the
> perl install is good. Anyone know how to check it? perl -V
> doesn't mention anything about it...
> There is no "suidperl" in this instance - openwebmail seems
> to want to use "speedy-suidperl", which exists, and by
> default seems to be setuid itself. If I try to run this way
> I get the error message abouth the kernel. If I take off the
> SUID bit openwebmail runs without privs, and cannot open its
> own log file.
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