No executables in /tmp
jeff at zingstudios.net
Mon Mar 27 16:20:19 MST 2006
> Might be wrong, but I think that would also mean you'd need to add
> whatever user apache runs as (I think it's 'nobody' by default) to
> that group, or you won't be able to run perl-based websites. That
> is, if you need that.
Hmm, good point. And that's the whole root of the issue, because Apache
runs as 'nobody' and that's how the Perl scripts are saved in /tmp. If
Perl can be run by 'nobody', I'm back to square one.
Dang. Welcome to Hackville... population me.
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