So a friend of mine has been wrangling with suexec trying to configure it for his needs, and he has become quite furious over the fact that suexec isn't configurable.

Then he finds out that Debian actually has a version of suexec[1] that lets you use a conf file to configure suexec. My question is, why the heck isn't this in Fedora? How is it that Debian can offer both versions[1][2], but Fedora cannot?

I'm honestly surprised that Fedora doesn't offer this little piece of flexibility. I would think that this would be in Fedora and RHEL, because of how useful this would be. So what's going on here?


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