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    SubjectRe: EXT2 Filesystem permissions (bug)?
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    Kenneth Johansson writes:

    > Do linux even support the sticky bit (t) I can't see a reason
    > to use it, why would I want the file to be stored in the swap ??

    It is not currently supported. Swapping out executables would
    be very nice when using an NFS or CD-ROM filesystem, because
    swap space is much faster.

    > Also I think S (setuid but no execute bit) have something to
    > do with file locking but I'am not shure exactly how it works.

    Yeah, if you mount with mandatory locking enabled it does stuff.
    It's a UNIX feature.
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