Allows non-root programs to bind() to low ports
This package allows a package to be started as non-root but
still bind to low ports, without any changes to the application.
AUTHBIND(1) Debian Linux manual AUTHBIND(1)
authbind - bind sockets to privileged ports without root
authbind [options] program [argument ...]
authbind allows a program which does not or should not run as
root to bind to low-numbered ports in a controlled way.
You must invoke the program using authbind.
AUTHBIND-HELPER(8) Debian Linux manual AUTHBIND-HELPER(8)
authbind-helper - helper program to bind sockets to privi‐
leged ports without root
/usr/lib/authbind/helper addr4-hex port-hex <socket
/usr/lib/authbind/helper addr6-hex port-hex 6 <socket
helper is the program used by libauthbind, which is in turn
authbind (2.1.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Manpage has an example of which files will be checked and read
* Do not include library version number in usage output from helper; the
library and package version numbers are not the same, so this is
misleading, and we do not want to introduce new machinery just to
plumb the package version number through. Closes: #67
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of my `authbind'
utility for allowing non-root prog
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