gpg-agent (2.0.7) hardcodes usage of /tmp directory
wk at gnupg.org
Mon Mar 10 22:39:57 CET 2008
On Mon, 10 Mar 2008 19:23, flameeyes at gmail.com said:
> Uhm, what does tell you that /tmp is certainly local? What about nfsroot
> clients? /tmp might not be local either.
LAcking a standard, common Unix wisdom. And the fact that sockets of
user servers are always created there. /tmp should be local for
performance reesons; if you want to nfs mount it, you better make sure
that clients get their own space so that you don't run into PID
> Otherwise, a solution would be to expect the setup to provide an
> user-writable /var/run subdirectory and use that, which would be better
> suited for sockets.
That would indeed be the better solution but lacking any widespread
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