> On Sat, Nov 29, 2003 at 02:49:58PM -0800, Derrick Ryalls wrote: > > I am running a Counter Strike server on a 4.7 FreeBSD box, and I > > recently got it all working running as a normal user (had > been running > > as root). The game is installed in a users' homedir and > eventually I > > will be revoking login rights to the user in question to furthur > > minimize risk. To do this, I need to be able to run the scripts as > > the user instead of whoever is logged in as. > > > > The structure of the scripts is like this: > > > > master script (start stop, public private args) > > | > > run_hlds wrapper script ( command line args for hlds_run ) > > | > > hlds_run ( Valve prog ) > > > > All three of the above scripts are owned by the isolated > user and have > > been chmod'ed to 6755. When I log in as a different user > and try to > > run the scripts, I get permission issues and am unable to > fire off the > > game server. What I need is to be able to run it on demand as the > > isolated user like a crontab entry. > > > > Any ideas on what I am missing? > I would say you need to make sure that the files are all > owned by the user you're trying to run the hlds_run app as - > in the past this has worked fine for me: > > chown -R user:user /path/to/hlds/ >
I just double checked, all files under that folder are owned by user:user... _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"