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Posted by:lachlancr
Subject:[solved]suid/permissions problems, ubuntu 10.10
Date:13:49:46 21/06/2011

> > I know this comes up an awful lot on these forums, but I'm going to ask the question again. I just installed the latest kismet packages from the project's repositories. I chose to install suidroot as prompted during package installation. The result:
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> > So naturally I double-checked whether or not my account is a member of the kismet group (yes). I then checked the ownership and permissions of kismet_capture in /usr/bin. For reference:
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> either your user isn't in the kismet group after all (did you log out/in again? check 'groups') or your filesystem doesn't allow suid (is all all mounted as one or is /usr separated and maybe nosuid or something in your install?), or you're running some sort of permissions layer on top (pax/selinux) that isn't configured to allow suid?

I had logged out and back in once after installing, but before I fixed the stripped suid bit on the kismet_control binary. Just did it again, and fixed. Thanks for your help.


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