[Shr-Devel] Security features of SHR

Shaz shazalive at gmail.com
Fri May 28 16:09:23 CEST 2010

>> Mickey said: You may have to fix the kernel to provide sysfs access to
>> non-priviledged users. I don't get this.
> (write) access you can get via setuid-root tools that handle specific access
> for specific users or group members - no root changes needed if you go through
> such tools - or... if you expose a service that runs as root and lets non-root
> users connect and request things - it can also authenticate as it desires i
> don't see where kernel changes are needed here as the kernel guys simply say
> "not our problem - it's a userspace problem. solve it up there" and the
> solution is as above.



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