Execute commands setuid root
Super allows specified users to execute scripts (or other commands)
as if they were root; or it can set the uid and/or gid on a
per-command basis before executing the command. It is intended to be
a secure alternative to making scripts setuid root.
Super and Y2000 compliance.
Super is not commercial software and I don't supply any guarantees.
That said, however, I am confident that it contains no Y2000 bugs.
The software is coded using the "time_t" typedef to declare the time-like
variables, and it obtains the current time using the ANSI-standard time(3)
function. Super converts time_t values into string form by using the
Super(1) is a setuid-root program that offers
o restricted setuid-root access to executables, adjustable
on a per-program and per-user basis;
o a relatively secure environment for scripts, so that well-written
scripts can be run as root (or some other uid/gid), without
unduly compromising security.
- to call a script that allows users to use mount(8) on
setuid - run a command with a different uid.
setuid username|uid command [ args ]
Setuid changes user id, then executes the specified command.
Unlike some versions of su(1), this program doesn't ever ask
for a password when executed with effective uid=root.
super - execute
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super (3.30.0-2+lenny1) oldstable-security; urgency=high
* Add 12-Use-vsnprintf.patch to fix buff
What's new for version 3.30.0:
A. Added '-t' option, to test if a command
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of super,
a smart program that lets users run comma
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