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cmd ioslave

   0.2  

KDE Other Utility

Score 61%
cmd ioslave
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cmd ioslave
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  474
Submitted:  Feb 25 2004

Description:

The cmd ioslave is a simple tool which executes a command in bash while capturing its output. Entering "cmd:date" in the location bar of konqueror would thus display the date. More complex commands using pipes and perl one-liners may also be used.




Changelog:

Capture stderr also, not just stdout.




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 compile error

 
 by meyerm on: Feb 25 2004
 
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Hi, I'm using KDE 3.2 and tried to install the ioslave:

meyerm@yavin cmd $ make
cd . && /bin/sh /usr/local/src/Programme/cmd-ioslave/cmd/admin/missing --run aclocal-1.7
cd . && \
/bin/sh /usr/local/src/Programme/cmd-ioslave/cmd/admin/missing --run automake-1.7 --gnu Makefile
Can't locate object method "path" via package "Request" at /usr/share/autoconf/Autom4te/C4che.pm line 69, line 111.
configure.in: no proper invocation of AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE was found.
configure.in: You should verify that configure.in invokes AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE,
configure.in: that aclocal.m4 is present in the top-level directory,
configure.in: and that aclocal.m4 was recently regenerated (using aclocal).
configure.in: required file `./install-sh' not found
configure.in: required file `./mkinstalldirs' not found
configure.in: required file `./missing' not found
SUBDIRS: variable `TOPSUBDIRS' is used but `TOPSUBDIRS' is undefined
make: *** [Makefile.in] Error 1


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 Re: compile error

 
 by fornwall on: Feb 25 2004
 
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Sorrry about that. I have added the missing file aclocal.m4, so it should work now.


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 on-the-fly

 
 by shafff on: Feb 25 2004
 
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YES!!!
cdparanoia 1 - | lame - 1.mp3 --alt-preset standard

I assume, working dir is ~ ?


Nick Shafff, KDE Russian Translation Team
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 what about security?

 
 by tilo on: Feb 25 2004
 
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e.g. http://www.test.test/test.html:
<a href="cmd: rm -rf ~">click me (not really!)</a>

keep careful;-)


CU, Tilo
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 Re: what about security?

 
 by thomas12777 on: Feb 26 2004
 
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Commands are not directly executed, you'll get a messgebox that asks what you want to do. (and shows the command)
Anyway, beginners really shouldn't use this. (as a redirection would be even worse)


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 Re: Re: what about security?

 
 by StefanT on: Mar 3 2004
 
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Hmm... hmm... this indeed contains big potential danger. Users tend to "click away" are-you-sure message boxes...

Is it possible to allow only local resources to use this ioslave?

Otherwise its a potential security risk to use it, IMO.


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 Re: Re: Re: what abo

 
 by fornwall on: Mar 4 2004
 
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Even if it would be possible to not accept for instance links from web pages, this would remain a security risk and not appropriate for most users.

Entering something into the location bar of your browser should IMO not be able to result in your home partition being erased, warning or no warning. So this should really only be used by those understanding the risk taken.


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 Add privilege

 
 by fprog26 on: Mar 19 2004
 
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The cmd ioslave should ALWAYS be read-only on files.
This would avoid any security risk, any created/modified files should be made on /tmp.

Again, we don't want ActiveX nightmare inside webpage for KDE users using cmd ioslave.

For instance, remembers me, webpage forcing people to turn on ActiveX, Java, JavaScript and install spyware...
else the website is not display!

Having cmd ioslave with a default read-only that can be turn to Read-write would result in some webpage forcing people to have read-write to view the page or accept a message box prompt recursively ala ActiveX.

e.g.

You must Accept this message.

Allow read-write cmd ioslave?
Yes No

No -> Force a loop... until user press Yes.

Another way would be to have cmd ioslave to be run EXCLUSIVELY as another user, like cmd_nobody:cmd_nobody on /tmp.

This would means that only world read accessible files could be read/parse, etc.

Fred.


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 hey

 
 by Superstoned on: Jan 23 2005
 
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are you still working on this? I think its kind'a cool, at least I like it... maybe you can get it in KDE-extragear or something like that?!?!?


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