file permission on /etc/default/init

file permission on /etc/default/init

Post by Chuck Dougla » Tue, 21 Sep 1999 04:00:00



While setting up a new machine today, I happened to notice that
the file permissions on /etc/default/init were r-xr-xr-x which
seemed strange to me as there is nothing in the file that I could
see that could be considered executable.  Just a bunch of comments
and TZ=JA line.

Any idea why there is an execution bit set on this file?

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file permission on /etc/default/init

Post by Ed Rav » Thu, 23 Sep 1999 04:00:00



Quote:>While setting up a new machine today, I happened to notice that
>the file permissions on /etc/default/init were r-xr-xr-x which
>seemed strange to me

It seems strange to me, too.  But it looks like that's the way Sun
installed it:

$ grep /etc/default/init /var/sadm/install/contents
/etc/default/init e tzonecvt 0555 root sys 459 38298 869026925 SUNWcsr

Note the 0555 in the permissions mask.  I noticed that /etc/default/cron
has the executable bit set.

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1. 1 * ZZrNnugoL-file permission on /etc/default/init


It seems strange to me, too.  But it looks like that's the way Sun
installed it:

$ grep /etc/default/init /var/sadm/install/contents
/etc/default/init e tzonecvt 0555 root sys 459 38298 869026925 SUNWcsr

Note the 0555 in the permissions mask.  I noticed that /etc/default/cron
has the executable bit set.

--
Ed Ravin  | If I were not a little mad and generally silly

panix.com | I should show you in a moment how to grapple with the
question
          | And you'd really be astonished at the force of my
suggestion.

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