Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 13:48:39 +0100
Hi all! Hope you can help a newbie with this problem
I have a script 'kill.sh', which is supposed to let a user kill "all
processes" on a machine. And yes, this is just for testing, and not an
actual production script :-,
This is the syntax:
# cat kill.sh
And this is the bits:
-rwsr-Sr-t 1 root root 1749 Nov 26 13:10 kill.sh
However, when executing this script other than as root, I get an "Operation
not permitted". Works fine as root.
This is on Linux/Red Hat, but the revised script is supposed to work on
Hope you can help!
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