Super allows an admin to control access to files and functions for users. It is similar to sudo, but uses a different approach in the configuration file. Super acts as a SetUID wrapper around system commands to make sure the commands are executed safely, and only by authorized users.
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Release Notes: This release includes PAM support, support for shadow passwords in Digital Unix 4.x, fixes for HP-UX 11.0 with tcb enabled, a fix for an error in printing a message when super is not running setuid-root, an option to specify the prompt for passwords, improved description of some envvars, correct processing of "die=message" options, and some minor readability improvements.
Release Notes: This version features bug fixes, new built-in variables, and the addition of super.init.
Release Notes: This release fixes some buffer overflow problems with per-user configuration files
Release Notes: RPMs are now avaiable for super version 3.11.9 which fixes the buffer overflow problem reported last week.