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setuid in a php prog

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I'm trying to run a php script setuid. I've tried POSIX_setuid but you have to be root to run this. The files are located on a public access unix system and have me as the owner and nobody as the group. Rather than make them group writable where in anybody could make a script and write to my files i would like to make them setuid. I tried making a c prog with the setuid function. I used chmod and made it setuid. I called it with the system function from the php prog i use to write to the files. But no Luck. Any Ideas?

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Jul 16 '05 #1
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