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SubjectRe: bind() allowed to non-local addresses
In article <20001019181834.B25883@convergence.de> you wrote:
> Thus spake David S. Miller (davem@redhat.com):
>> I'll say it again, if you have to make changes to apps/servers the
>> feature does not make any sense. It must operate transparently or
>> not at all.

> There once was a socket file system which solved exactly this problem in
> a nice and obvious way. If you wanted to allow user joe to bind to port
> 80, you just do "chown joe /socks/80".

> Whatever happened to that neat idea?

It is in Linux 2.4?
No, not really, but Linux 2.4 has a socket filesystem for internal use.
It's FS_NOMOUNT|FS_SINGLE so you cannot mount it in userspace.
With a little hacking it might do what you want.

Christoph

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