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revised Do all my programs have owner rights to all my files?
added AppArmor / SELinux.
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comment Do all my programs have owner rights to all my files?
nod Then, indeed, I stand behind "a chroot is the most likely way to reduce your security exposure". Though, I did forget that you could (theoretically) use SELinux or AppArmor to protect further...
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comment How can I clear the contents of every file in a subdirectory without changing ownership / permissions?
Sorry, I should have noticed that wouldn't work - I didn't think about it, just copied it from your example. The update shows how to fix that; invoking a single shell command. Using the "| while read file; do" version would also work smoothly.
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revised How can I clear the contents of every file in a subdirectory without changing ownership / permissions?
updated because I didn't think about `echo -n` doing the wrong thing ;)
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