installing as suid root
Sat Jan 5 17:11:01 2002
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I'm having a little trouble with the concept of suid root of setuid.
I've seen the FAQ and the HOWTO on the gnupg pages and there is
certainly talk of 'running gpg as suid root' to avoid 'insecure memory'
warnings but no mention of HOW to do this?
I've just re-installed gpg as root but I'm still getting the warnings. I
know this is my understanding rather than a bug but that knowledge
Can someone please explain what and how I should be doing this?
Much oblidged :)
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