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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] [SECURITY] suid procs exec'd with bad 0,1,2 fds


    On Tue, 4 Aug 1998, Perry Harrington wrote:
    >
    > We're on a dev kernel right now, correct? (yes) Why do we have a dev kernel?
    > (to add new features and "fix" things) Is it appropriate to try the stack
    > patch in a dev kernel, or wait another year for 2.3? (stick it in with it as
    > default, wait for the screams -- if they come, fix or non-default)

    You can wait forever, or just try it on your system.

    Or sombody had better tell me why they shouldn't fix their broken
    applications.

    Linus


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