> I agree it's the wrong thing to do, but on my local machine
> here I have
> smbmount setuid so I can mount shares from other machines using
> "LinNeighbourhood". In one sense it is wrong, but in a very practical
> way it does make sense for me. On a production machine I wouldn't even
> think of doing that. On a production machine I'd go to the pain of
> typing out the full command line to smbmount so that I knew
> it would be
> safe. Apples and Oranges. Desktop vs server.
Very true. I have a single-minded tendency to not do things like this on my
boxen. Don't ask me why.
> I think Mark Twomey must be grinning at me now reading this ;)
Hang on, I'll go check.
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