Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Aug 23 16:10, Darren Tucker wrote:
>>I probably ought to be documented as a limitation, though. Or maybe we
>>could check for the existence of the user and directory and disable the
>>privsep tests if missing (eg by unsetting SUDO).

>
> Is there a problem to make the privsep path configurable?


I don't think it needs to be a run-time knob, if that's what you mean.
It wouldn't be much use under normal circumstances.

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