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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 7862] - suexec never log a group name.
Date Sat, 13 Nov 2004 09:21:24 GMT
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suexec never log a group name.





------- Additional Comments From warp-9.9@usa.net  2004-11-13 09:21 -------
Sorry for the multiple posts.  I just noticed that this bug is listed under the
component "mod_suexec" when I think it is actually a "support" component.  Can
someone else more familiar please verify and correct?  I modified a single file,
httpd-2.0.52/support/suexec.c.  I did not touch
httpd-2.0.52/modules/generators/mod_suexec.*, and these modules were not rebuilt
after my changes.  Therefore I really think it is a "support" component.  This
would presumably ensure the right people are aware of the bug.  :-)

I look forward to hearing about tests performed with this patch.  I have tried
group names with alpha-only and mixed alpha-numeric, but not with all numeric
characters.  My Linux distribution's adduser script does not like usernames with
all numeric characterrs.  If someone can explain how to make (or even why one
would want to) a user name with only digits 0-9, then I can manually make the
home directory, and edit the users and group files, and updated my shadowed
passwords.

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