Jeff Polk <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
# This is a problem with setuid scripts in BSD/386. There just isn't
# any way to do it at the moment (the majordomo server on BSDI.COM is down
# right now for this very reason). I'll let you know as soon as I
# get the fixed exec.c for the kernel.
But wait a sec... There aren't any setuid scripts involved here.
Majordomo is not setuid. Wrapper is, but it's a binary, not a script.
The whole point of wrapper is to make perl think that it's _not_ being
run setuid. Are you sure you can't work around this problem by fixing
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