I don't think this realtred to suid bit, because if so it would give
permission denied error...
On Sat, Jun 9, 2012 at 5:43 PM, Oliver Fromme <olli@lurz...>wrote:
> Sami Halabi <sodynet1@gmai...> wrote:
> > %id
> > uid=1001(sody) gid=1001(sody) groups=1001(sody),0(wheel)
> > %
> > i have another account also id 1002 - sody2, also in group wheel.
> > i can ssh using user sody/sody2, however su doesn't work if i do: su
> > when i logged in with user sody.
> > it seems that su is broken somehow....
> Something is definitely broken. Maybe the suid-root bit was
> accidentally removed from the su binary? What is the output
> from "ls -l /usr/bin/su"?
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