1: #include "parms.h"
   2: #include "structs.h"
   3: 
   4: #ifdef  RCSIDENT
   5: static char rcsid[] = "$Header: /usr/local/src/usenet/notes/src/RCS/perms.c,v 1.8 88/11/10 21:49:23 paul Exp $";
   6: #endif	RCSIDENT
   7: 
   8: /*
   9:  *	getperms - opens and reads the permission file to
  10:  *	determine the access rights for this user
  11:  *
  12:  *	Uses a struture similar to PLATO's. A list is scanned
  13:  *	until a match is found. The access rights at that point
  14:  *	are then awarded to the user. In the event that no
  15:  *	match is found, no access rights are granted.
  16:  *
  17:  *	Original Coding:	Ray Essick	December 1981
  18:  */
  19: #include    <grp.h>
  20: /*
  21:  *	Make sure that the name NGROUPS is defined.
  22:  *	pre-4.1a probably doesn't define either.
  23:  *	4.1a uses the NGRPS constant
  24:  *	4.2 uses the NGROUPS constant
  25:  *	We make sure that NGROUPS is defined and use that in the
  26:  *	generic portion of the routine. The emulation for V7, 4.1, 4.1a
  27:  *	and such use the NGRPS or whatever is appropriate.
  28:  */
  29: #if defined(NGRPS) && ! defined(NGROUPS)
  30: #define NGROUPS NGRPS                   /* name change! */
  31: #endif
  32: #ifndef     NGROUPS
  33: #define     NGROUPS     1           /* could be better */
  34: #endif		NGROUPS
  35: 
  36: static char *gnameptr[NGROUPS];             /* point to names */
  37: static int  ngroups = 0;                /* true if have gids */
  38: 
  39: getperms (io, sysflag, name)
  40: struct io_f *io;
  41: int     sysflag;                    /* true for remote system */
  42: char   *name;
  43: {
  44: 
  45:     register int    i;
  46:     FILE * acs, *fopen ();
  47:     struct group   *gr,
  48:                    *getgrgid ();
  49:     char    fn[WDLEN];
  50:     struct perm_f   entry;
  51:     int     hisperms;                   /* built up perms */
  52:     int     given;                  /* if assigned perms */
  53: 
  54:     if (sysflag == 0 && globuid == Notesuid)        /* "notes" omnipotent */
  55:     {
  56:     io -> access = READOK + RESPOK + WRITOK + DRCTOK;/* all */
  57: /*
  58:  *	should I just set it to -1 or something that turns on
  59:  *	all the bits?  or leave it with the defined bits only?
  60:  */
  61:     return;
  62:     }
  63: 
  64:     if (sysflag == 0 && ngroups == 0)
  65:     {
  66:     register int    i,
  67:                     j;              /* temp loop stuff */
  68:     int     gidset[NGROUPS];            /* hold gid list */
  69: 
  70:     ngroups = NGROUPS;              /* max allowed */
  71:     /*
  72: 	 * NOTE that the getgroups system call doesn't behave as
  73: 	 * documented in the 4.2 manual.  The manual says to call it
  74: 	 * ret=getgroups(&ngroups,&gidset) where ngroups is value-result.
  75: 	 * and ret is 0 on success.  Actual implementation works as below.
  76: 	 */
  77:     if ((ngroups = getgroups (ngroups, &gidset)) >= 0)/* worked */
  78:     {
  79:         for (i = 0, j = 0; i < ngroups; i++)    /* get names */
  80:         {
  81:         if ((gr = getgrgid (gidset[i])) == NULL)
  82:             continue;               /* bogus, skip it */
  83:         gnameptr[j++] = strsave (gr -> gr_name);/* save it */
  84:         }
  85:         ngroups = j;                /* save count */
  86:     }
  87:     }
  88:     io -> access = 0;                   /* default null */
  89:     hisperms = 0;                   /* set up mask */
  90:     given = 0;
  91: 
  92:     sprintf (fn, "%s/%s/%s", io -> basedir, io -> nf, ACCESS);
  93:     x ((acs = fopen (fn, "r")) == NULL, "getperms: no list");
  94:     while (fread (&entry, sizeof entry, 1, acs) == 1)
  95:     {
  96:     if ((sysflag != 0) && (entry.ptype != PERMSYSTEM))
  97:         continue;                   /* looking for systems */
  98:     if ((sysflag == 0) && (entry.ptype == PERMSYSTEM))
  99:         continue;                   /* users != systems */
 100: 
 101:     if (strcmp (entry.name, "Other") == 0)
 102:     {
 103:         if (!given)                 /* he hasn't matched */
 104:         hisperms = entry.perms;         /* give him these */
 105:         goto gotit;                 /* and exit ... */
 106:     }
 107:     switch (entry.ptype)
 108:     {
 109:         case PERMUSER:
 110:         if (strcmp (name, entry.name) == 0)
 111:         {
 112:             hisperms = entry.perms;
 113:             goto gotit;
 114:         }
 115:         break;
 116: 
 117:         case PERMGROUP:                 /* a group entry */
 118:         for (i = 0; i < ngroups; i++)       /* check all */
 119:             if (strcmp (entry.name, gnameptr[i]) == 0)
 120:             {
 121:             hisperms |= entry.perms;    /* OR them in */
 122:             given++;            /* mark as such */
 123:             break;
 124:             }
 125:         break;
 126: 
 127:         case PERMSYSTEM:
 128:         if (strcmp (name, entry.name) == 0)
 129:         {
 130:             hisperms = entry.perms;
 131:             given++;
 132:             goto gotit;
 133:         }
 134:         break;
 135: 
 136:         default:                    /* bad access list */
 137:         x (1, "getperms: bad list");
 138:     }
 139:     }
 140: gotit:
 141:     fclose (acs);                   /* close the access file */
 142:     io -> access = hisperms;                /* what we built */
 143: 
 144:     return;
 145: }
 146: 
 147: /*
 148:  *	Some compatibility routines to let us use the fancy 4.2 Bsd
 149:  *	getgroups() system call while running 4.1, 4.1a or V7 kernels.
 150:  *	I've undoubtedly missed some kernels.
 151:  */
 152: 
 153: 
 154: /*
 155:  *	getgroups
 156:  *
 157:  *	Returns an integer and a set of groups.
 158:  *	Emulates the 4.2 getgroups command under 4.1a Bsd
 159:  *
 160:  *	Stolen mostly from the 4.1a command "groups".
 161:  *
 162:  *	Ray Essick, January 1984
 163:  *
 164:  */
 165: 
 166: #if defined (BSD41A)
 167: 
 168: getgroups (ngroups, gidset)
 169: int     ngroups;
 170: int    *gidset;
 171: {
 172:     register int    i;
 173:     register int    maxback;                /* most to user */
 174:     int     grps[NGRPS / (sizeof (int) * 8)];       /* NGRPS=NGROUPS */
 175: 
 176:     setgrp (0, grps);                   /* get groups */
 177:     maxback = ngroups;                  /* save limit */
 178:     ngroups = 0;                    /* start empty */
 179:     for (i = 0; i < NGRPS && ngroups < maxback; i++)    /* for each */
 180:     if (grps[i / (sizeof (int) * 8)] & (1 << (i % (sizeof (int) * 8))))
 181:     {
 182:         *gidset++ = i;              /* save the group */
 183:         ngroups++;                  /* and count */
 184:     }
 185:     return (ngroups);
 186: }
 187: #endif	defined (BSD41A)
 188: 
 189: /*
 190:  *	The V7 and 4.1 version of this system call. Also serves well
 191:  *	for the 2.8 Bsd kernels and probably for the more recent BTL
 192:  *	kernels.  2.9BSD had groups as of the Seismo/Harvard update tape SMS
 193:  *	This could be extended to read from /etc/groups to actually give
 194:  *	the user all groups he is permitted.
 195:  */
 196: 
 197: #if defined (V7) || defined (BSD41) || defined (BSD28) || defined (USG)
 198: getgroups (ngroups, gidset)             /* simple V7 one */
 199: int     ngroups;
 200: int    *gidset;
 201: {
 202:     *gidset = getgid () & GIDMASK;
 203:     ngroups = 1;
 204:     return (1);
 205: }
 206: #endif

Defined functions

getgroups defined in line 198; used 1 times
  • in line 77

Defined variables

gnameptr defined in line 36; used 2 times
ngroups defined in line 37; used 17 times
rcsid defined in line 5; never used

Defined macros

NGROUPS defined in line 33; used 5 times
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