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Date: Thu, 25 Apr 1996 10:43:13 PDT
From: Brack <email@example.com>
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At 10:15 AM 4/25/96 PDT, Guilherme Ramos wrote:
>Taking the same trail of the recently FUP questions, I would like to know
>if the words contained into the FUP README file...
>"Additionally, file read/write operations are allowed only over the directory
>subtree rooted at the 'base directory', called 'files' by default, and
>execute operations are allowed only from the directory called 'bin' by
>...means that that directories must be created in the *root* directory.
>Or: What if I don't have means to obtain a root password? Can't use FUP?
the 'base directory' is the directory the moo executable is running in. You
don't need root to use FUP.
So if I have a moo server at /~moo, the files directory will be at
/~moo/files and the bin directory at /~moo/bin.
- Re: FUP
- From: Guilherme Ramos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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