>does that mean all users can exceute /sbin and /usr/sbin?
That lets them into the directory.
Perms on the files can reduce their privs.
Code within the exe can reduce their privs.
Quote:> Can someone send me a "ls -la" of /sbin and /usr/sbin please?
Quote:> BTW, I did chmod these 3 directories and same thing happens:
> Can't create transcript file ./xff3F0xp101866: Permission denied
>queueup: cannot create queue temp file ./tff3F0xp101866, uid=501: Permission
I would be impressed that an exe would be creating temp files
in /sbin or /usr/sbin
`------ indicates current directory. Are you in /sbin
You might try rpm -Va | grep '..5' > /tmp/verify
and see what changed in /tmp/verify
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