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added notes to debconf about setuid/core files

Stefan Sayer authored on 16/11/2011 16:46:44
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 # Note: the #DEBCONF-xxx-START and DEBCONF-xxx-END lines are used for
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 # debconf configuration, please don't remove or alter them.
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-# ser configuration file
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+# SEMS configuration file
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 #DEBCONF-CFG_FILE-START
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 SEMS_CFG_FILE="/etc/sems/sems.conf"
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 #DEBCONF-CFG_FILE-END
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-# user to run ser as
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+# WARN:  if SEMS_USER/SEMS_GROUP is set, dumping core
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+#        might not work any more on linux
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+# user to run SEMS as
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 #DEBCONF-USER-START
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 SEMS_USER="sems"
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 #DEBCONF-USER-END
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-# group to run ser as
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+# group to run SEMS as
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 #DEBCONF-GROUP-START
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 SEMS_GROUP="sems"
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 #DEBCONF-GROUP-END
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 Description: User to run SEMS as
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  Set the user which SEMS should run as. Default is 'sems' user.
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  .
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- Note: if you want sems to be able to dump a core file in case of crash, you have to run it as root user.
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+ Note: if you want sems to be able to dump a core file in case of crash, you may have to run it as root user.
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+ Leave this free to run as root user.
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  .
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  Enter "!" to not modify this option.
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 Description: Group to run SEMS as
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  Set the group which SEMS should run as. Default is 'sems' group.
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  .
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+ Note: if you want sems to be able to dump a core file in case of crash, you may have to run it as root user.
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+ Leave this free to run as root user.
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+ .
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  Enter "!" to not modify this option.
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 Template: sems/CREATE_CORE