SELinux - a call for end-of-life.
zboszor at freemail.hu
Thu Sep 2 17:03:35 UTC 2010
>>> You've never downloaded a file as one user, that another user wanted,
>>> or another of your own logins needed, and then had to move it from
>>> one to the other?
> Zoltan Boszormenyi:
>> For that, I always create a /home/common directory with
>> sgid bit set on it and the directory chgrp's to "users",
>> users are put into this secondary group.
> Yes, that's the same sort of thing as I've done, before. But you're
> still left with copying files about, to *give* someone a file.
You don't want to open your home directory for
the whole world, do you?
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