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Old 04-26-2002
The owner forget it, because is necesary to create an executable, or an script and can cause an exposure.

For the group

chmod g+s /tempdb

The user that create a file in /tempdb must be in the momma group.

Regards. Hugo
 

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install(1)						      General Commands Manual							install(1)

Name
       install - install binaries

Syntax
       install [-c] [-m mode] [-o owner] [-g group] [-s] binary destination

Description
       The  binary  is moved to destination.  If destination already exists, it is removed before binary is moved.  If the destination is a direc-
       tory then binary is moved into the destination directory with its original file-name.

       The command refuses to move a file onto itself.

Options
       -c		   Copies binary to destination.

       -g group 	   Specifies a different group from group staff for destination.  The destination is changed to group system; the -g group
			   option  may	be used to specify a different group.  The user must belong to the specified group and be the owner of the
			   file or the superuser.

       -m mode		   Specifies a different mode from the standard 755 for destination.

       -o owner 	   Specifies a different owner from owner root for destination.  The destination is changed  to  current  owner.   The	-o
			   owner option may be used to specify a different owner, but only the superuser can change the owner.

       -s		   Strips the binary after it is installed.

See Also
       chgrp(1), chmod(1), cp(1), mv(1), strip(1), chown(8)

																	install(1)

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