permission problem

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by HINDI, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. HINDI

    HINDI New Member


    i can't allow others users to use 777 permission commands .
    chmod 777 fdisk
    su normaluser
    fdisk:you must be root to do that
    but i think that i don't have to use suders file while I've already changed the command permission to allow the others to use it.
    but i can use ls command although it has less permission 755

    i thought that changing the permission of any executable to rwx for the others will allow any one to execute that executable .
    is it something related to SElinux .

    also what is the interpretation of r for the executable ?
    what if the permission of the executable was only --x--x--x ,will that make a difference ?
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Some applications (like fdisk) check internally if they are run by the right user, so although the permissions are 777, they can be run by only one user.

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