På Thu, 26 Feb 2004 16:27:21 -0600, skrev Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Bjorn Eikeland wrote:find . -name "*.cgi" -o -name "*.pl" | perl perlpath.pl "/usr/bin/perl -U"
I'm wanting to make a web based configuration tool for my wireless
(setting up freebsd boxes to make a outdoor wlan) - ofcourse I can use
and webmin, but the configuration should be made even easier for less
I've read the how to use Webmin with apache, didnt quite folllow the
procedure, but bear with me..
chown scripts to root (chown -R root:root /var/www/cp)
chmod w/suid (chmod -R 755 /var/www/cp)
add -U flag to perl line, what does this do? is there a php knob like
What is the "perl line"....? What does it do? PHP can certainly
do chmod and chown ....
Its from the webmin docs, on how to run webmin through apache, it goes
through the scrips and add -U to the #!/usr/bin/perl line in each script.
Is something similar needed to achieve the same effect with php? (The goal
is to have the php script execute with root privelegies)
chown the scripts back to www (chown -R www:www /var/www/cp)
chmod rwx to www (chmod -R 700 /var/www/cp)
or am I stuck with compiling apache with D_BIG_SECURITY_HOLE?
Your mailer, or some mailer between you and freebsd.org,
is one month off (in the past) ... some people may not see
your message for this reason...
Indeed it was - been a long day, cmos battery needs replacing and it seems
it's easy to get the date wrong when someone flips your calandar over to
january to look at last months joke... *sigh*
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