`user services' - program call across trust boundaries
userv allows one program to invoke another when only limited trust
exists between them. It is a tool which can be used to avoid having
to give other system services root privilege, and which allows users
to more securely have programs provide services to others.
userv can be useful as `glue' for system administrators; there are
not many full-blown userv-using applications yet.
This is userv, a trust boundary management service for Unix.
Using userv, one program can call another without either of them
having to trust the other completely. This enables applications such
as mail delivery, cron, user-provided CGI scripts and so forth to
operate without needing to be given root privilege.
For installation requirements and instructions please see INSTALL.
For usage documen
USERV(1) BSD General Commands Manual USERV(1)
userv — request user services
userv [option ...] [--] service-user service-name
userv [option ...] -B | --builtin [--] builtin-service
userv is used to have a task performed under different userid
while maintaining lim
USERVD(8) BSD System Manager's Manual USERVD(8)
uservd — supply user services
uservd is the daemon called by userv to have a task performed
under different userid while maintaining limited trust between
caller and callee.
There is one optional argument:
-daemon Requests that the pro
userv (1.0.5-0.2) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
This is Debian GNU/Linux's prepackaged version of Ian Jackson's
`userv' system utility.
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