linux/security/permissions question.. running a perl script
From: bruce (bedouglas_at_earthlink.net)
To: "'General Red Hat Linux discussion list'" <email@example.com> Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 13:10:32 -0700
i have an issue where i'm trying to run a perl script without the use of the
'perl' before the script.
i'd like to be user 'foo' and be able to '/cat.pl' and have the script run.
this works ok when i'm 'root'. however, i get a permission err.
./svncopy.pl: permission denied
i understand that this is a permission prob, but i can't figure out how to
'cat.pl' is owned by user 'foo' and has perms of 755
the dir for 'cat.pl' is owned by user 'foo'...
any ideas/thoughts on what to do to resolve this....
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