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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31302] - suexec doesn't execute commands if they're not in the current dir
Date Sun, 13 Mar 2005 10:42:59 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From asfbugzilla@velox.ch  2005-03-13 11:42 -------
Same problem here, still present in 2.0.53. Michael's suggested fix 
effectively reverses the changes to os/unix/unixd.c added by Ryan Bloom on 
2002-06-26 (for 2.0.40), see

http://mail-archives.apache.org/eyebrowse/ReadMsg?
listName=cvs@httpd.apache.org&msgNo=21396

"Fix a long-standing bug in 2.0, CGI scripts were being called with relative 
paths instead of absolute paths.  Apache 1.3 used absolute paths for 
everything except for SuExec, this brings back that standard."

I'm not completely sure about possible side effects of reversing the changes 
to unixd.c, so would appreciate if a current Apache HTTP server project member 
could have a look at this issue (Ryan is now listed as an emeritus member).

BTW, #29534 seems to be a duplicate of this bug (or the other way round, since 
29534 was actually filed earlier).

Thanks,
Kaspar


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