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jboy, you are right. Shell scripts will not run suid in linux. Apparently, this has been the case for many years. Sorry for the confusion. Here's a nice article discussing the security dangers of suid scripts:




The main options in linux that replace suid shell scripts are sudo, creating a wrapper program in C to execute the script or create a perl script which can run suid. Sudo seems like the easiest approach.

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