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DOCUMENT: phage #271 [Re: ~uucp/.forward] (1 message, 525 bytes)
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From: jeff@gatech.edu (Jeff Lee)
To: phage
Date: Fri 12:50:21 18/11/1988 EST
Subject: Re: ~uucp/.forward
References: [Thread Prev: 269] [Thread Next: 270] [Message Prev: 268] [Message Next: 272]

> Couldn't a UUCP neighbor grab stuff in /usr/lib/uucp, or scribble over
> any existing files (like L.sys)?  I'm assuming uucp owns /usr/lib/uucp.
> Am I missing something?

Not anymore than they can on most systems now, assuming that you have setup
your USERFILE (or Permissions, I guess, on HDB) appropriately.

Jeff Lee	c/o School of ICS / 225 North Ave. / Atlanta, Ga. 30332
Internet:	jeff@gatech.edu postmaster@gatech.edu news@gatech.edu
UUCP:		...!{decvax,hplabs,ncar,purdue,rutgers}!gatech!jeff

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