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From David Ricar <...@ethernet.cz>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] suexec for another user
Date Wed, 11 Aug 2010 22:24:40 GMT
Phil Howard wrote:
> For maintenance, it might be easier for you to make an suexec wrapper.
>  Run your wrapper to do custom checks and if it decides to go on, it
> runs suexec.  That way your maintenance is for your program, only, and
> you have to track a lot fewer changes to Apache code (basically just
> the suexec environment being passed along).

Sorry, but I need clarification - is there a way to say to suexec to do
what it is forced to? So I could bypass the policy checks by something
on my own?
Thanks


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