Hi all...you might remember me, I was having trouble getting procmail
working. Well, I've tracked down the source of the problem--in the log I
/bin/ksh: /bin/ksh: cannot execute binary file
I've checked to make sure ksh is in the /bin directory (it is). I'm
working on the assumption that procmail can't execute ksh because the
permissions are all set to root, and if I set its executable permissions to
global I can run it.
I know how to do that--my question is whether this is safe to do. Being
relatively inexperienced with Linux/Unix, I'm concerned that giving global
access to ksh might be a security problem (you would think a tiny mail
server like mine wouldn't be noticed, but I've actually had an attempt at
mail relaying here...)
All help much appreciated as usual. I feel like I should make brownies for
this group, or buy you a case of beer...
Dr. Hibbert: You have twenty-four hours to live.
Homer: Twenty-four hours!
Dr. Hibbert: Well, twenty-two. I'm sorry I kept you waiting so long.