From: Alejandro Mery Pellegrini (amery_at_cbs.cl)
Date: Fri 27 Jun 2003 - 03:50:23 BST
> hmm, in what way do you believe /dev/tty would
> or could compromise security?
> [V] mknod /dev/tty c 5 0
> will do nicely
i have a similar doubt but related with pty and devfs, .i.e. /dev/pts/n
is created by devfs just when needed, how does it works using contexts?
mount --bind /dev/pts /vservers/this/dev/pts
mount --bind /dev/pts /vservers/that/dev/pts
mount -t devpts /vserver/this/dev/pts none
mount -t devpts /vserver/that/dev/pts none
some other way?
/dev/pts/1 of 'this' will be the same /dev/pts/1 of 'that'? will be
do i need mknod capability on those contexts to allow the daemons to
any security problem?