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Thu Oct 24 13:21:05 CDT 2002
--- Martin Wilck <Martin.Wilck at fujitsu-siemens.com>
> Am Don, 2002-10-24 um 17.08 schrieb Dustin Navea:
> > I was actually thinking more from a read the file
> > standpoint, i.e if in the future wine runs as a
> > service with its own account, would wine be able
> > read the file after someone changed the file's
> > from wine to, say user speeddy, or would it just
> > access denied and not let you read the file,
> > making you have to redo the permissions or make it
> > owned by wine again.
> In the near future this would depend on whether
> wine's account has
> (group or world) rights on speedy's word file.
> Actually in the near
> future the user is far more likely to start a
> separate instance of wine
> in his own account for editing his word files.
That is what I'm trying to say, do we really want to
give world rights to wine? That could be a security
hole in and of itself.
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