|author||Thomas Schwinge <email@example.com>||2014-02-26 12:32:06 +0100|
|committer||Thomas Schwinge <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2014-02-26 12:32:06 +0100|
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<braunr> how do you plan to implement credential checking ?
<gnu_srs> I'll mail patches RSN
+# IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-11-03
+ <gnu_srs> Finally, SCM_CREDS (IDs) works:) I was on the right track all the
+ time, it was just a small misunderstanding.
+ <gnu_srs> remains to solve the PID check
+ <youpi> gnu_srs: it should be a matter of adding
+ <gnu_srs> there are no proc_user/server_authenticate RPCs?
+ <gnu_srs> do you mean adding them to process.defs (and implement them)?
+ <youpi> gnu_srs: I mean that, yes
+# IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-11-13
+ <gnu_srs> BTW: I have to modify the SCM_RIGHTS patch to work together with
+ SCM_CREDS, OK?
+ <youpi> probably
+ <youpi> depends on what you change of course
+# IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-11-15
+ <gnu_srs> Hi, any ideas where this originates, gdb? warning: Error setting
+ exception port for process 9070: (ipc/send) invalid destination port
+ <braunr> gnu_srs: what's process 9070 ?
+ <gnu_srs> braunr: It's a test program for sending credentials over a
+ socket. Have to create a reproducible case, it's intermittent.
+ <gnu_srs> The error happens when running through gdb and the sending
+ program is chrooted:
+ <gnu_srs> -rwsr-sr-x 1 root root 21156 Nov 15 15:12
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-11-16
+ <gnu_srs> Hi, I have a problem debugging a suid program, see
+ <gnu_srs> I think this reveals a gnumach/hurd bug, it makes things behave
+ strangely for other programs.
+ <gnu_srs> How to get further on with this?
+ <gnu_srs> Or can't I debug a suid program as non-root?
+ <pochu> gnu_srs: if gdb doesn't work for setuid programs on hurd, I suppose
+ you could chmod -s the binary you're trying to debug, login as root and
+ run it under gdb
+ <gnu_srs> pochu: When logged in as root the program works, independent of
+ the s flag setting.
+ <pochu> right, probably the setuid has no effect in that case because your
+ effective uid is already fine
+ <pochu> so you don't hit the gdb bug in that case
+ <pochu> (just guessing)
+ <gnu_srs> It doesn't work in Linux either, so it might be futile.
+ <gnu_srs> trying
+ <pochu> hmm that may be the expected behaviour. after all, gdb needs to be
+ priviledged to debug priviledged processes
+ <gnu_srs> Problem is that it was just the suid properties I wanted to
+ <braunr> gnu_srs: imagine if you could just alter the code or data of any
+ suid program just because you're debugging it
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-11-18
+ <gnu_srs> Hi, is the code path different for a suid program compared to run
+ as root?
+ <gnu_srs> Combined with LD_PRELOAD?
+ <teythoon> gnu_srs: afaik LD_PRELOAD is ignored by suid programs for
+ obvious security reasons
+ <gnu_srs> aha, thanks:-/
+ <braunr> gnu_srs: what's your problem with suid ?
+ <gnu_srs> I made changes to libc and tried them out with
+ LD_PRELOAD=... test_progam. It worked as any user (including root),
+ <gnu_srs> but not with suid settings. Justus explained why not.
+ <braunr> well i did too
+ <braunr> but is that all ?
+ <braunr> i mean, why did you test with suid programs in the first place ?
+ <gnu_srs> to get different euid and egid numbers
+ <gnu_srs> hi, anybody seen this with eglibc-2.17-96: locale: relocation
+ error: locale: symbol errno,
+ <gnu_srs> version GLIBC_PRIVATE not defined in file libc.so.0.3 with link
+ time reference
+ <teythoon> yes, I have
+ <teythoon> but afaics nothing did break, so I ignored it
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-11-23
+ <gnu_srs> Finally 8-)
+ <gnu_srs> Good news: soon both SCM_CREDS _and_ SCM_RIGHTS is supported
+ jointly. RFCs will be sent soon.
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-12-05
+ <gnu_srs> I have a problem with the SCM_CREDS patch and dbus. gamin and my
+ test code runs fine.
+ <gnu_srs> the problem with the dbus code is that it won't work well with
+ <gnu_srs> auth_user_authenticate in sendmsg and auth_server_authenticate in
+ <gnu_srs> Should I try to modify the dbus code to make it work?
+ <youpi> unless you manage to prove that dbus is not following the posix
+ standard, there is no reason why you should have to modify dbus
+ <gnu_srs> I think the implementation is correct,
+ <gnu_srs> but auth_user_authenticate hangs sendmsg until
+ auth_seerver_authenticate is executed in recvmsg.
+ <gnu_srs> and dbus is not doing that, so it hangs in sendmsg writing a
+ credentials byte.
+ <gnu_srs> well the credentials byte is definitely non-posix.
+ <gnu_srs> I found a bug related to the HURD_DPORT_USE macro too:-(
+ <youpi> ah, yes, auth_user_authenticate might be synchronous indeed, let me
+ think about it
+ <gnu_srs> Nevertheless, I think it's time to publish the code so it can be
+ commented on:-D
+ <youpi> sure
+ <youpi> publish early, publish often
+# IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2014-01-17
+ <gnu_srs> youpi: as a start all our requested dbus changes are now
+ committed, and in Debian unstable
+ <youpi> good :)
+# IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2014-01-30
+ <pochu> dbus has some known problems
+ <pere> known fixes too?
+ <pochu> http://www.gnu.org/software/hurd/open_issues/dbus.html
+ <gnu_srs> pochu: Maybe that page should be updated:
+ <youpi> gnu_srs: well, maybe you can do it :
+ <youpi> )