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Re: Why a+x inetd permissions?
> Why is inetd world-executable by default?
> Is there any legitamite reason for anyone other than root to run it?
> Or, if it's run by "nobody" or some such, the owner could be changed
> to that user...
Well, since you can start inetd with an own config file, there is no
reason why a user shouldn't be able to make a configfile that lists
lots of services (on ports >1023) that are handled by the inetd he/she
It's probably not as useful as a user, but still.
Allt är under kontroll, och Caps lock är bredvid.