Re: setuid bit neccesary for GNOME?

The only binary I could find with setuid bit set was xscreensaver. The only 
effect of removing the setuid bit on xscreensaver is that root will not be able 
to unlock your desktop if you lock it.


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> Are there any parts of GNOME that require the setuid bit to be set?
> If I want to run GNOME at work as my desktop, I need to be able to
> convince the people managing security that no setuid bits is needed. Can
> anyone tell me I don't need it anywhere?
> /andreas
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