1: static char sccsid[] = "@(#)mach.c	4.2	(Berkeley)	10/2/82";
   2: 
   3: /* sccs id variable */
   4: static char *mach_sid = "@(#)mach.c	1.6";
   5: /*
   6: 
   7:    This file is meant to handle all the machine
   8:    dependencies in the network code.
   9:    Everything is conditionally compiled.
  10: 
  11:    It can be uses w/o network stuff to simulate
  12:    v7 for other programs, too.
  13: */
  14: # include <stdio.h>
  15: # include "mach.h"
  16: 
  17: char shomedir[100];
  18: 
  19: int debugflg;
  20: 
  21: /* the CC and SRC machines have the submit() call */
  22: # ifndef CC
  23: # ifndef SRC
  24: submit(a) {}
  25: # endif
  26: # endif
  27: 
  28: # ifdef FUID
  29: setgid() {};
  30: # endif
  31: 
  32: /*
  33:    Set the owner uid/gid of a file.
  34:    On v7, this is done by the chown command
  35:    with three args - (file, uid, gid).
  36:    On Vanilla V6 this is done using the
  37:    top byte of the second parameter as the gid byte.
  38:    On Berkeley Funny uids on V6, no gid is specified.
  39: */
  40: mchown(sfn,uid,gid)
  41:     char *sfn;
  42:     int uid;
  43:     int gid;
  44: {
  45: # ifndef V6
  46:     chown(sfn,uid,gid);
  47: # else
  48: # ifndef FUID
  49:         uid = uidmask(uid);
  50:         uid = ((gid&0377) << 8) | (uid & 0377);
  51: # endif
  52:     chown(sfn,uid);
  53:     if(debugflg)
  54:         fprintf(stderr, "chown %s to %d(%o)\n",sfn,uid,uid);
  55: # endif
  56: }
  57: 
  58: 
  59: /*
  60: 	SnFromuid(uid)
  61: 
  62: 	The login name corresponding to uid.
  63: 	Reads the password file.
  64: 	Successive calls overwrite the static string returned.
  65: 	Returns NULL if error.
  66: */
  67: char *SnFromUid(uid)
  68:     register int uid;
  69: {
  70:     register struct passwd *pwd;
  71:     static int ouid = -1;
  72:     static char oresult[20] = "";
  73:     uid = uidmask(uid);
  74:     if(uid == ouid)
  75:         return(oresult);
  76: # ifdef HPASSWD
  77:     if(getname(uid,oresult) == 0){
  78:         ouid = uid;
  79:         return(oresult);
  80:     }
  81: # endif
  82:     pwd = getpwuid(uid);
  83:     if(pwd != NULL){
  84:         strcpy(oresult,pwd->pw_name);
  85:         ouid = uid;
  86:         return(oresult);
  87:     }
  88:     return(NULL);
  89: }
  90: uidfromsn(sn)
  91: register char *sn;
  92: {
  93:     register int him = -1;
  94:     register struct passwd *pwd;
  95: # ifdef HPASSWD
  96:     him = getuserid(sn);
  97: # endif
  98:     if(him == -1){
  99:         pwd = getpwnam(sn);
 100:         if(pwd != NULL)him = guid(pwd->pw_uid,pwd->pw_gid);
 101:         }
 102:     return(him);
 103: }
 104: 
 105: /* handle the regular unix and local mods difference for user id's */
 106: /* this call returns the 1 word uid = to what getuid will return */
 107: guid(uid,gid){
 108:     uid = uidmask(uid);
 109: # ifdef FUID
 110:     return((uid & 0377) | (gid << 8));
 111: # else
 112:     return(uid);
 113: # endif
 114:     }
 115: 
 116: # ifdef OLDTTY
 117: isatty(i){
 118:     return(ttyn(i) != 'x');
 119:     }
 120: char *ttyname(i){       /* return NULL if not TTY */
 121:     char c;
 122:     static char ttystr[] = "/dev/ttyx";
 123:     c = ttyn(i);
 124:     ttystr[8] = c;
 125:     return(c == 'x' ? NULL : ttystr);
 126:     }
 127: # endif
 128: 
 129: # ifdef CCTTY
 130: # undef ttyname()
 131: char *myttyname(i){     /* return NULL for non tty */
 132:     static char s[15],*p;
 133:     p = ttyname(i);
 134:     if(p == NULL)return(NULL);
 135:     strcpy(s,"/dev/");
 136:     strcat(s,p);
 137:     return(s);
 138:     }
 139: # define ttyname(S) myttyname(S)
 140: # endif
 141: 
 142: /* expand control chars in string s */
 143: expandcc(s)
 144:   register char *s; {
 145:     char stemp[100];
 146:     register char *p;
 147: 
 148:     if(s == NULL)return;
 149:     strcpy(stemp,s);
 150:     p = stemp;
 151:     while(*p){
 152:         if(!isprint(*p)){
 153:             *s++ = '^';
 154:             *s++ = *p++ + 0140;
 155:         }
 156:         else *s++ = *p++;
 157:     }
 158: }
 159: 
 160: /* get passwd from passwdf */
 161: getpwdf(pwd)
 162:   struct passwd *pwd; {
 163: # ifdef PASSWDF
 164: # ifndef TESTING
 165:     register char *p, *q;
 166:     char buf1[BUFSIZ], found;
 167:     FILE *pw;
 168:     debug("reading passwdf\n");
 169:     pwd->pw_passwd[0] = 0;
 170:     pw = fopen("/etc/passwdf","r");
 171:     if(pw == NULL) return;
 172:     found = 0;
 173:     while(fgets(buf1,BUFSIZ,pw) != NULL){
 174:         for(p=buf1; *p && *p != ':'; p++);
 175:         *p = 0;
 176:         if(strcmp(buf1,pwd->pw_name) == 0){
 177:             found = 1;
 178:             break;
 179:             }
 180:         }
 181:     fclose(pw);
 182:     if(!found)return;
 183:     q = ++p;
 184:     for(;*p && *p != ':';p++);
 185:     *p = 0;
 186:     strcpy(pwd->pw_passwd,q);
 187:     /*
 188: 	debug("user %s passwd %s %s",pwd->pw_name,pwd->pw_passwd);
 189: 	*/
 190: # endif
 191: # endif
 192:     }
 193: /*
 194: 	getutmp()
 195: 	return a pointer to the system utmp structure associated with
 196: 	terminal sttyname, e.g. "/dev/tty3"
 197: 	Is version independent-- will work on v6 systems
 198: 	return NULL if error
 199: */
 200: struct utmp *getutmp(sttyname)
 201: char *sttyname;
 202: {
 203: # ifdef OLDTTY
 204:     struct v6utmp {
 205:         char v6ut_name[8];
 206:         char v6ut_tty;
 207:         char v6ut_fill;
 208:         long v6ut_time;
 209:         int  v6ut_fl1;
 210:         } v6utmpstr;
 211: # endif
 212:     static struct utmp utmpstr;
 213:     FILE *fdutmp;
 214: 
 215:     debug("reading utmp\n");
 216:     if(sttyname == NULL || sttyname[0] == 0)return(NULL);
 217: 
 218:     fdutmp = fopen("/etc/utmp","r");
 219:     if(fdutmp == NULL)return(NULL);
 220: 
 221: # ifndef OLDTTY
 222:     while(fread(&utmpstr,1,sizeof utmpstr,fdutmp) == sizeof utmpstr)
 223:         if(strcmp(utmpstr.ut_line,sttyname+5) == 0){
 224:             fclose(fdutmp);
 225:             return(&utmpstr);
 226:         }
 227: # else
 228:     while(fread(&v6utmpstr,1,sizeof v6utmpstr,fdutmp) == sizeof v6utmpstr)
 229:         if(v6utmpstr.v6ut_tty == sttyname[8]){
 230:             strcpy(utmpstr.ut_name,v6utmpstr.v6ut_name);
 231:             strcpy(utmpstr.ut_line,"ttyx");
 232:             utmpstr.ut_line[3] = v6utmpstr.v6ut_tty;
 233:             utmpstr.ut_time = v6utmpstr.v6ut_time;
 234:             fclose(fdutmp);
 235:             return(&utmpstr);
 236:         }
 237: # endif
 238:     fclose(fdutmp);
 239:     return(NULL);
 240: }
 241: 
 242: /*
 243:    these are all the v7 routines not available on the v6 machines
 244: */
 245: 
 246: # ifdef V6
 247: 
 248: char **environ;         /* global environment pointer */
 249: 
 250: ioctl(a,b,c){
 251:     return(0);      /* always succeeds */
 252:     }
 253: long atol(s)
 254:   register char *s; {
 255:     long i = 0;
 256:     while('0' <= *s && *s <= '9')
 257:         i = i * 10 + (*s++ - '0');
 258:     return(i);
 259:     }
 260: long gettime(){
 261:     long tt;
 262:     time(&tt);
 263:     return(tt);
 264:     }
 265: long getsize(str)
 266:   struct stat *str; {
 267:     long wk;
 268:     wk = ((long)(str->st_size0 & 0377)) << 16;
 269:     wk += (long)((unsigned)str->st_size1);
 270:     return(wk);
 271:     }
 272: /*
 273: 	getenv("HOME")
 274: 
 275: 	always returns home directory.
 276: 	returns NULL if there is error.
 277: */
 278: char *getenv(){
 279:     register char *shdir = NULL;
 280:     register struct passwd *pwd;
 281:     register int it;
 282:     if(shomedir[0] != 0)return(shomedir);
 283: # ifdef BERKELEY
 284:     /* hget only works on Berkeley machines */
 285:     it = ttyn(2);
 286: # ifdef OLDTTY
 287:     if(it == 'x')it = ttyn(1);
 288:     if(it == 'x')it = ttyn(0);
 289:     if(it != 'x' && hget(it) == 0)shdir = hgethome();
 290: # endif
 291: # ifdef CCTTY
 292:     if(it == -1)it = ttyn(1);
 293:     if(it == -1)it = ttyn(0);
 294:     if(it != -1 && hget(it) == 0)shdir = hgethome();
 295: # endif
 296: # endif
 297:     if(shdir == NULL){
 298:         pwd = PwdCurrent();
 299:         if(pwd != NULL)shdir = pwd->pw_dir;
 300:         }
 301:     if(shdir != NULL)strcpy(shomedir,shdir);
 302:     return(shdir);
 303:     }
 304: 
 305: /* doesn't handle split passwd files */
 306: struct passwd *
 307: getpwuid(uid)
 308: register uid;
 309: {
 310:     register struct passwd *p;
 311:     struct passwd *getpwent();
 312: 
 313:     uid = uidmask(uid);
 314:     setpwent();
 315:     while( (p = getpwent()) && guid(p->pw_uid,p->pw_gid) != uid );
 316:     endpwent();
 317:     return(p);
 318: }
 319: 
 320: static char PASSWD[]    = "/etc/passwd";
 321: static char EMPTY[] = "";
 322: static FILE *pwf = NULL;
 323: static char line[BUFSIZ+1];
 324: static struct passwd passwd;
 325: 
 326: setpwent()
 327: {
 328:     debug("reading passwd\n");
 329:     if( pwf == NULL )
 330:         pwf = fopen( PASSWD, "r" );
 331:     else
 332:         rewind( pwf );
 333: }
 334: 
 335: endpwent()
 336: {
 337:     if( pwf != NULL ){
 338:         fclose( pwf );
 339:         pwf = NULL;
 340:     }
 341: }
 342: 
 343: static char *
 344: pwskip(p)
 345: register char *p;
 346: {
 347:     while( *p && *p != ':' )
 348:         ++p;
 349:     if( *p ) *p++ = 0;
 350:     return(p);
 351: }
 352: 
 353: struct passwd *
 354: getpwent()
 355: {
 356:     register char *p;
 357: 
 358:     if (pwf == NULL) {
 359:         if( (pwf = fopen( PASSWD, "r" )) == NULL )
 360:             return(0);
 361:     }
 362:     p = fgets(line, BUFSIZ, pwf);
 363:     if (p==NULL)
 364:         return(0);
 365:     passwd.pw_name = p;
 366:     p = pwskip(p);
 367:     passwd.pw_passwd = p;
 368:     p = pwskip(p);
 369:     passwd.pw_uid = atoi(p);
 370:     passwd.pw_uid = uidmask(passwd.pw_uid);
 371:     p = pwskip(p);
 372:     passwd.pw_gid = atoi(p);
 373:     passwd.pw_quota = 0;
 374:     passwd.pw_comment = EMPTY;
 375:     p = pwskip(p);
 376:     passwd.pw_gecos = p;
 377:     p = pwskip(p);
 378:     passwd.pw_dir = p;
 379:     p = pwskip(p);
 380:     passwd.pw_shell = p;
 381:     while(*p && *p != '\n') p++;
 382:     *p = '\0';
 383:     return(&passwd);
 384: }
 385: 
 386: struct passwd *
 387: getpwnam(name)
 388: char *name;
 389: {
 390:     register struct passwd *p;
 391:     struct passwd *getpwent();
 392: 
 393:     setpwent();
 394:     while( (p = getpwent()) && strcmp(name,p->pw_name) );
 395:     endpwent();
 396:     return(p);
 397: }
 398: /*
 399: 	getlogin()
 400: 
 401: 	Return current user name by looking at /etc/utmp (calls getutmp()).
 402: 	Returns NULL if not found.
 403: */
 404: char *getlogin()
 405: {
 406:     register struct utmp *putmp;
 407:     register char *s;
 408:     char sttyname[30];
 409: 
 410:     if(isatty(2))strcpy(sttyname,ttyname(2));
 411:     else if(isatty(0))strcpy(sttyname,ttyname(0));
 412:     else if(isatty(1))strcpy(sttyname,ttyname(1));
 413:     else return(NULL);
 414: 
 415:     putmp = getutmp(sttyname);
 416:     if(putmp == NULL)return(NULL);
 417:     s = putmp->ut_name;
 418:     while(*s != 0 && *s != ' ')s++;
 419:     *s = 0;
 420:     if(putmp->ut_name[0] == 0)return(NULL);
 421:     return(putmp->ut_name);
 422: }
 423: /*
 424:  * Unix routine to do an "fopen" on file descriptor
 425:  * The mode has to be repeated because you can't query its
 426:  * status
 427:  */
 428: 
 429: FILE *
 430: fdopen(fd, mode)
 431: register char *mode;
 432: {
 433:     extern int errno;
 434:     register FILE *iop;
 435:     extern FILE *_lastbuf;
 436: 
 437:     for (iop = _iob; iop->_flag&(_IOREAD|_IOWRT); iop++)
 438:         if (iop >= _lastbuf)
 439:             return(NULL);
 440:     iop->_cnt = 0;
 441:     iop->_file = fd;
 442:     if (*mode != 'r') {
 443:         iop->_flag |= _IOWRT;
 444:         if (*mode == 'a')
 445:             lseek(fd, 0L, 2);
 446:     } else
 447:         iop->_flag |= _IOREAD;
 448:     return(iop);
 449: }
 450: system(s)
 451: char *s;
 452: {
 453:     int status, pid, w;
 454:     register int (*istat)(), (*qstat)();
 455: 
 456:     while((pid = fork()) == -1)sleep(2);
 457:     if (pid == 0) {
 458:         execl("/bin/sh", "sh", "-c", s, 0);
 459:         _exit(127);
 460:     }
 461:     istat = signal(SIGINT, SIG_IGN);
 462:     qstat = signal(SIGQUIT, SIG_IGN);
 463:     while ((w = wait(&status)) != pid && w != -1)
 464:         ;
 465:     if (w == -1)
 466:         status = -1;
 467:     signal(SIGINT, istat);
 468:     signal(SIGQUIT, qstat);
 469:     return(status);
 470: }
 471: 
 472: char *
 473: getpass(prompt)
 474: char *prompt;
 475: {
 476:     struct sgttyb ttyb;
 477:     int flags;
 478:     register char *p;
 479:     register c;
 480:     FILE *fi = NULL;
 481:     static char pbuf[9];
 482:     int (*signal())();
 483:     int (*sig)();
 484: 
 485:     /*	modified because Cory needs super-user to stty /dev/tty */
 486:     if ((fi = fopen("/dev/tty", "r")) == NULL)
 487:         fi = stdin;
 488:     else
 489:         setbuf(fi, (char *)NULL);
 490:     if(gtty(fileno(fi),&ttyb) < 0){
 491:         pbuf[0] = 0;
 492:         return(pbuf);
 493:     }
 494:     /*
 495: 	if(gtty(0,&ttyb) >= 0)fi = stdin;
 496: 	else if(gtty(2,&ttyb) >= 0)fi = stderr;
 497: 	else {
 498: 		pbuf[0] = 0;
 499: 		return(pbuf);
 500: 		}
 501: 	*/
 502:     sig = signal(SIGINT, SIG_IGN);
 503:     flags = ttyb.sg_flags;
 504:     ttyb.sg_flags &= ~ECHO;
 505:     if(stty(fileno(fi), &ttyb) < 0) perror("stty:");
 506:     fprintf(stderr, prompt);
 507:     for (p=pbuf; (c = getc(fi))!='\n' && c!=EOF;) {
 508:         if (p < &pbuf[8])
 509:             *p++ = c;
 510:     }
 511:     *p = '\0';
 512:     fprintf(stderr, "\n");
 513:     ttyb.sg_flags = flags;
 514:     stty(fileno(fi), &ttyb);
 515:     signal(SIGINT, sig);
 516:     if (fi != stdin)
 517:         fclose(fi);
 518:     return(pbuf);
 519: }
 520: /*
 521:  * Compare strings (at most n bytes):  s1>s2: >0  s1==s2: 0  s1<s2: <0
 522:  */
 523: 
 524: strncmp(s1, s2, n)
 525: register char *s1, *s2;
 526: register n;
 527: {
 528: 
 529:     while (--n >= 0 && *s1 == *s2++)
 530:         if (*s1++ == '\0')
 531:             return(0);
 532:     return(n<0 ? 0 : *s1 - *--s2);
 533: }
 534: 
 535: /* set the umask, ignore in v6 */
 536: 
 537: umask(n){}
 538: 
 539: /* end of non-vax v7 routines */
 540: # endif
 541: /*
 542: 	PwdCurrent()
 543: 
 544: 	Read the password file and return pwd to
 545: 	entry for current user.
 546: 	Return NULL if error.
 547: 
 548: 	This code is a little screwed up because of the conventions
 549: 	regarding the state of the utmp file after someone su's--
 550: 	either to root or to another person.
 551: 	The final decision was to return getpwuid(getuid) if
 552: 	the machine has one login name per userid,
 553: 	and if there are multiple login names per userid, to
 554: 	search the passwd file for the getlogin() name and return
 555: 	the passwd file entry for that.
 556: 	If there is no utmp entry, just use the userid.
 557: 	This means that people who su on machine with multiple
 558: 	user-id's will get the passwd entry for the account recorded
 559: 	in the utmp file, not their current userid.
 560: */
 561: struct passwd *
 562: PwdCurrent()
 563: {
 564:     register struct passwd *pwd;
 565:     register char *sn;
 566: 
 567: # ifdef MULTNAMS
 568:     sn = getlogin();
 569:     if(sn != NULL && sn[0] != 0 && sn[0] != ' '){
 570:         pwd = getpwnam(sn);
 571:         if(pwd != NULL)return(pwd);
 572:     }
 573: # endif
 574: 
 575:     return(getpwuid(uidmask(getuid())));
 576: }
 577: /*VARARGS0*/
 578: debug(s,a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,t)
 579: char *s; {
 580:     if(debugflg){
 581:         printf(s,a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,t);
 582:         putchar('\n');
 583:         }
 584:     }

Defined functions

PwdCurrent defined in line 561; used 3 times
endpwent defined in line 335; used 2 times
expandcc defined in line 143; used 1 times
getpass defined in line 472; used 2 times
getpwdf defined in line 161; used 1 times
getpwent defined in line 353; used 5 times
getsize defined in line 265; never used
gettime defined in line 260; never used
ioctl defined in line 250; used 5 times
isatty defined in line 117; used 10 times
myttyname defined in line 131; used 2 times
pwskip defined in line 343; used 6 times
setgid defined in line 29; used 1 times
setpwent defined in line 326; used 2 times
strncmp defined in line 524; used 9 times
submit defined in line 24; used 1 times
system defined in line 450; used 3 times
ttyname defined in line 120; never used
uidfromsn defined in line 90; used 1 times
umask defined in line 537; used 1 times

Defined variables

EMPTY defined in line 321; used 1 times
FILE defined in line 429; never used
PASSWD defined in line 320; used 2 times
debugflg defined in line 19; used 2 times
environ defined in line 248; used 2 times
line defined in line 323; used 1 times
mach_sid defined in line 4; never used
passwd defined in line 324; used 12 times
sccsid defined in line 1; never used
shomedir defined in line 17; used 3 times

Defined struct's

v6utmp defined in line 204; never used

Defined macros

ttyname defined in line 139; used 5 times
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