On 29 Apr 2007 Klaus Schmidinger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 04/07/07 15:05, Stefan Huelswitt wrote:
>> I think there is a bug in the RW access check for a terminal
>> given with commandline option -t.
>> The check is performed before VDR actualy switches his uid, so if
>> the user which starts VDR has access rights and the effective
>> vdr user doesn't have, the check is useless.
>> In addition VDR should check the return value of freopen() when
>> claiming the terminal later on.
>> The current code segfaults on the first terminal access (e.g.
>> printf), if the effective vdr user doesn't have sufficient
> Can you please provide a tested patch against version 1.4.6 for this?
Sorry, I didn't care to patch the issue until now. Once you know
the effect it can easily be avoided.
I think the best is to move all the access checks (terminal,
configdir) out of the options loop and place them after the uid
switch. Checking the freopen() is trivia.
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