El Sado, 12 de Diciembre de 2009, Bertram Scharpf escribi
> Hi,
> 
> Am Sonntag, 13. Dez 2009, 00:14:03 +0900 schrieb Iki Baz Castillo:
> > Hi, many daemons allow an argument "-u uid" which makes the program to
> > run under that user. Of course this can be done just by root or
> > privileged users.
> >
> > It's commonly used in init scripts. These are started by init process
> > running as root and start services running under other user.
> >
> > However it seems that ruby binary doesn't implement such option. Is there
> > any way to get it?
> > If not I should use "su" command and so.
> 
> Maybe you like to copy that:
> 
>  
>  http://bertram-scharpf.homelinux.com:8808/doc_root/bs-ruby-3.0/rdoc/classe
> s/Kernel.src/M000100.html

Really annoying. however I've found an issue with group permissions when doing 
Kernel#su. I must to investigate it a bit more.

Thanks a lot.

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Iki Baz Castillo <ibc / aliax.net>