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Subject: Simple su utility
Resent-From: jim wiegand <V5068U%TEMPLEVM.BITNET@FINHUTC.hut.fi>
Resent-To: linux-activists@joker.cs.hut.fi
Date: Thu, 09 Jan 92 09:56:26 EET
From: <SMTP@FINHUTC.hut.fi>
To: <V5068U@TEMPLEVM.BITNET>

hi all;
       this is a shameless hack of the BSD su. even though i cut out
90% of the code it will still give you both a simple su shell
and a login shell. i needed it to test out setuid/setgid for the
lp stuff, since it fiddles with the permissions ala BSD.
        enjoy!
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