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From: mpotter () INTR NET (Matt Potter)
Date: Fri, 22 Aug 1997 21:59:28 -0400



Eject can be runned by any user too. After that try to


Ejects works SUID root and as well w/o SUID bit, IF volume managment is
running. So if you run volume management you can remove the SUID bit on
/bin/eject.... one less SUID proggie to worry about. Any user can eject
media if it's not currently being used... I could imagine possible
annoyances with this... some one ejecting your floppy while your home
and having to drive back to the office to put the damn thing back in.


Matt



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