after upgrading to sys-process/at-184.108.40.206
I cannot use at (batch) anymore.
I always get
Cannot create atjob file /var/spool/at/atjobs/b000010134cba5: Permission denied
But I don't understand this, since
ls -l /usr/bin/at
-rwsr-s--x 1 at at 42688 Jun 23 17:13 /usr/bin/at
shows that the SUID/SGID bits are on, so
unless at drops priviledges it should run as user 'at'
ls -ld gives
drwx------ 2 at at 4096 Apr 15 16:16 /var/spool/at/atjobs
(and all directories below have execute permission)
so, it should be writeable by user 'at'.
Many thanks for any hints,
Lehrstuhl fuer Numerische Mathematik
RWTH - Aachen University
D 52056 Aachen, Germany
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