specify permissions for SUDS functions
/etc/suds_ctrl [ -a | -d ] gid
The suds_ctrl function allows root to
specify groups that may execute binaries who
use SUDS spin locks or latches.
Any user that needs to execute
such a binary should belong to a group which has been
granted permission by suds_ctrl.
As an alternative, a binary that uses SUDS spin locks
or latches can set a specific group ID (gid)
on execution to which suds_ctrl must previously have
The options are:
suds_ctrl can be executed automatically when a
system goes into multiuser mode by modifying the startup
Add the specified group to the list of groups that
can use SUDS spin locks and latches.
Delete the specified group from the current list of
Allow a user to run a binary that uses SUDS spin locks
and latches, when that binary sets the group ID
newgroup on execution:
suds_ctrl -a newgroup
suds_ctrl can only be executed by root.
suds_ctrl is not part of any currently supported
standard; it is an extension of AT&T
System V provided by The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
© 2003 Caldera International, Inc. All rights reserved.
SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003