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    SubjectRe: odd chown difference between 2.0 and 2.1pre kernels
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    > Hmm... I was envisioning making root owner on files when a user
    > is being removed from system.

    Then you should be clearing the setuid bit first - good example though.

    I don't actually care too much which behaviour is used. The important stuff
    the change fixed was the dangerously wrong clearing of those bits on a directory
    that got chowned. The "if root" stuff is a side issue.

    Alan


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