On Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 05:16:27PM -0500, Conan Kudo (ニール・ゴンパ) wrote:
Then he finds out that Debian actually has a version of suexec
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, but
There is no ”cannot”. License seem fine, it's just a matter of packaging.
I'm honestly surprised that Fedora doesn't offer this little
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?
Fedora is a community distribution. Apparently nobody needed this
non-standard suexec before, therefore nobody packaged it. The only way
to get custom-suexec into Fedora is by packaging it. Either by finding
fellow packager or by doing it by yourself:
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