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Old 8th June 2008
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Default chmods for users & hiding processes

Hello!
I couldn't find any solution to my problems, so I'm asking there:

1. How should I set chmods for filesystem (/etc, /usr/, /var/, etc.) to hide contents of those folders for users, but to make it possible to execute such commands like uptime, uname, date, etc.

2. What should I do to hide non-user's processes? I mean users will only be able to display the processes that are owned by that user. In FreeBSD I have added 'security.bsd.see_other_uids=0' in /etc/sysctl.conf and that was everything, but how can I do this in OpenBSD?
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