unix permissions questions
freebsd at edvax.de
Tue Sep 14 18:01:20 UTC 2010
On Tue, 14 Sep 2010 13:32:40 -0400 (EDT), doug at safeport.com wrote:
> I found several directories whose permissions where set to
> dr-s--S--T 2 user group 512 Feb 22 2010 .procmail/
> All were .procmail which is what we set for procmail logging and supporting
> recipes. In reading 'man ls' it seems (to me) this might result from losing the
> execute bit on the directory. Is this correct? Been BSDing since 1995 and have
> not seen this set of permissions. Thanks for any insights.
After a short read of "man ls":
"s" in the owner permissions = file is executable and set-user-ID mode is set
"S" in the group permissions = file is not executable and set-group-ID mode is set
"T" in the other permission = sticky bit is set, but not execute
or search permission.
Result: User can execute SUID, group cannot execute, others cannot search
or execute; sticky bit is set.
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