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SubjectRe: /proc permissions
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Andi Gutmans wrote:
> Hi,
> I think this is kernel related because I can't find a config solution for
> my problem.
> I want the directory /proc to be owned by root.proc and have chmod 750.
> I put a chown and chmod in my systems startup script so after the system
> boots everything is fine. But a few hours later it always changes to
> root.wheel and chmod 755. If I chang the permissions again it'll stick
> for a while but after sometime it goes back to the same thing again.
> Do I need to change some setting for the proc file system in the source?
> Does it check the permission of /proc once in a while and if it's not what
> it expects does it change it back? (I'm only talking about the main /proc
> directory I don't care about the files within).
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Andi Gutmans

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