I dropped sac and friends entirely - it's overkill for a box that has onlyQuote:>I have a SS2 with a Wyse terminal hooked up to port b. I'm able to cat
>a file to /dev/ttyb and see it on the terminal but I can't get a login
>prompt. I've looked at the sacadm,pmadm,ttymon man pages and poked around
>the /etc/saf/zsmon/_pmtab file but can't decode the *tab file. ttymon is
>running and started by sac. sacadm -l lists the zsmon pmtag and the status
>as ENABLED. I've looked at the answerbook but still can't get it to
>work. I wish Sun would have kept gettytab and ttytab.
I do not understand why behavior is different between SunOS 4.1 and 5.2.
I have an executable file with the setuid bit on (anyone can execute
it), owned by user A. The executable file does a system("bbb"), where
bbb is a sh script. The script accesses a file which is only readable
by user A.
In SunOS 4.1, when someone other than user A runs the executable file, the
file (readable only by user A) is accessed OK.
But in SunOS 5.2, when someone other than user A runs the executable file,
access is prevented.
Any ideas or help would be appreciated. Please email me.