I was looking at the sysmail on my girl friend's 'puter to find
that there were two entries about my .Xclients & .xinitrc being
world writable. This is odd.
First what are the proper permissions for this that I can set
them. Second, the odd part is that the path to the file wasn't
for these files on her 'puter -- they were for the files on ~my~
puter. Yes, we're networked, but how is it her puter is able to
read both for security holes in mdk 7.2? Why hers & not mine
"I did this 'cause Linux gives me a woody."
-Dave '-ddt->' Taylor, announcing DOOM for Linux