Bug 107083 - suexec doesn't work with users in "users" group
Summary: suexec doesn't work with users in "users" group
Status: CLOSED RAWHIDE
Alias: None
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: httpd   
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Version: rawhide
Hardware: All Linux
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Assignee: Joe Orton
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Reported: 2003-10-14 20:30 UTC by Ed Marshall
Modified: 2007-11-30 22:10 UTC (History)
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Fixed In Version: 2.0.47-10
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Last Closed: 2003-10-23 12:36:41 UTC
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Description Ed Marshall 2003-10-14 20:30:44 UTC
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Description of problem:
Fedora Core and Red Hat Linux ship with a group called "users". When users are
actually given this group as their default group, suexec will not permit
execution of CGI scripts.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):


How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a new user in the "users" group: useradd -g users foo

2. Make a public_html directory: mkdir -p ~foo/public_html ; chown -R foo:users
~foo ; chmod 755 ~foo ~foo/public_html

3. Create a test CGI script for the user: echo -e '#!/bin/sh\necho
"Content-type: text/plain"\necho\necho Hello, world"' >
~foo/public_html/hello.cgi ; chown foo:users ~foo/public_html/hello.cgi ; chmod
755 ~foo/public_html/hello.cgi

4. Enable UserDir processing in httpd.conf (UserDir public_html) and permit CGI
execution (Allow ExecCGI).

5. Hit http://localhost/~foo/hello.cgi

Actual Results:  The following entry appears in /var/log/httpd/suexec.log:

[2003-10-14 15:20:19]: cannot run as forbidden gid (100/hello.cgi)

Expected Results:  "Hello, world" displayed in the browser.

Additional info:

Comment 1 Joe Orton 2003-10-23 12:36:41 UTC
Thanks for the report.  I've lowered the suexec minimum acceptable GID to 100 in
2.0.47-10.


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