Re: Change proc file permissions with sysctls

2005-03-20 Thread Jan Engelhardt
The permissions of files in /proc/1 (usually belonging to init) are kept as they are. The idea is to let system processes be freely visible by anyone, just as before. Especially interesting in this regard would be instances of login. I don't know how to easily discriminate between system

[PATCH][0/6] Change proc file permissions with sysctls

2005-03-19 Thread Rene Scharfe
The following patches implement another interface that allows an admin to restrict permissions inside /proc/pid to enhance the privacy of users. Following a suggestion by Albert Calahan this set of patches introduces five sysctls, each one changes the permissions of a certain file in /proc/pid.

Re: [PATCH][0/6] Change proc file permissions with sysctls

2005-03-19 Thread Bodo Eggert
On Sun, 20 Mar 2005, Rene Scharfe wrote: The permissions of files in /proc/1 (usually belonging to init) are kept as they are. The idea is to let system processes be freely visible by anyone, just as before. Especially interesting in this regard would be instances of login. I think you

Re: [PATCH][0/6] Change proc file permissions with sysctls

2005-03-19 Thread Albert Cahalan
On Sun, 2005-03-20 at 01:22 +0100, Rene Scharfe wrote: The permissions of files in /proc/1 (usually belonging to init) are kept as they are. The idea is to let system processes be freely visible by anyone, just as before. Especially interesting in this regard would be instances of login. I