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commit: e1e4e0272e39c606b7cadb54c00d511e9fca8d35
parent: be774b42c9115deee4b3c559abffb465318ccde4
Author: Haelwenn (lanodan) Monnier <contact@hacktivis.me>
Date:   Sun,  2 Oct 2016 12:31:24 +0200

eclass/fcaps: Import from ::gentoo

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eclass/fcaps.eclass | 220+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1 file changed, 220 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/eclass/fcaps.eclass b/eclass/fcaps.eclass @@ -0,0 +1,220 @@ +# Copyright 1999-2015 Gentoo Foundation +# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2 +# $Id$ + +# @ECLASS: fcaps.eclass +# @MAINTAINER: +# Constanze Hausner <constanze@gentoo.org> +# base-system@gentoo.org +# @BLURB: function to set POSIX file-based capabilities +# @DESCRIPTION: +# This eclass provides a function to set file-based capabilities on binaries. +# This is not the same as USE=caps which controls runtime capability changes, +# often via packages like libcap. +# +# Due to probable capability-loss on moving or copying, this happens in +# pkg_postinst-phase (at least for now). +# +# @EXAMPLE: +# You can manually set the caps on ping and ping6 by doing: +# @CODE +# pkg_postinst() { +# fcaps cap_net_raw bin/ping bin/ping6 +# } +# @CODE +# +# Or set it via the global ebuild var FILECAPS: +# @CODE +# FILECAPS=( +# cap_net_raw bin/ping bin/ping6 +# ) +# @CODE + +if [[ -z ${_FCAPS_ECLASS} ]]; then +_FCAPS_ECLASS=1 + +IUSE="+filecaps" + +# We can't use libcap-ng atm due to #471414. +DEPEND="filecaps? ( sys-libs/libcap )" + +# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: FILECAPS +# @DEFAULT_UNSET +# @DESCRIPTION: +# An array of fcap arguments to use to automatically execute fcaps. See that +# function for more details. +# +# All args are consumed until the '--' marker is found. So if you have: +# @CODE +# FILECAPS=( moo cow -- fat cat -- chubby penguin ) +# @CODE +# +# This will end up executing: +# @CODE +# fcaps moo cow +# fcaps fat cat +# fcaps chubby penguin +# @CODE +# +# Note: If you override pkg_postinst, you must call fcaps_pkg_postinst yourself. + +# @FUNCTION: fcaps +# @USAGE: [-o <owner>] [-g <group>] [-m <mode>] [-M <caps mode>] <capabilities> <file[s]> +# @DESCRIPTION: +# Sets the specified capabilities on the specified files. +# +# The caps option takes the form as expected by the cap_from_text(3) man page. +# If no action is specified, then "=ep" will be used as a default. +# +# If the file is a relative path (e.g. bin/foo rather than /bin/foo), then the +# appropriate path var ($D/$ROOT/etc...) will be prefixed based on the current +# ebuild phase. +# +# The caps mode (default 711) is used to set the permission on the file if +# capabilities were properly set on the file. +# +# If the system is unable to set capabilities, it will use the specified user, +# group, and mode (presumably to make the binary set*id). The defaults there +# are root:0 and 4711. Otherwise, the ownership and permissions will be +# unchanged. +fcaps() { + debug-print-function ${FUNCNAME} "$@" + + # Process the user options first. + local owner='root' + local group='0' + local mode='4711' + local caps_mode='711' + + while [[ $# -gt 0 ]] ; do + case $1 in + -o) owner=$2; shift;; + -g) group=$2; shift;; + -m) mode=$2; shift;; + -M) caps_mode=$2; shift;; + *) break;; + esac + shift + done + + [[ $# -lt 2 ]] && die "${FUNCNAME}: wrong arg count" + + local caps=$1 + [[ ${caps} == *[-=+]* ]] || caps+="=ep" + shift + + local root + case ${EBUILD_PHASE} in + compile|install|preinst) + root=${ED:-${D}} + ;; + postinst) + root=${EROOT:-${ROOT}} + ;; + esac + + # Process every file! + local file + for file ; do + [[ ${file} != /* ]] && file="${root}${file}" + + if use filecaps ; then + # Try to set capabilities. Ignore errors when the + # fs doesn't support it, but abort on all others. + debug-print "${FUNCNAME}: setting caps '${caps}' on '${file}'" + + # If everything goes well, we don't want the file to be readable + # by people. + chmod ${caps_mode} "${file}" || die + + # Set/verify funcs for sys-libs/libcap. + _libcap() { setcap "${caps}" "${file}" ; } + _libcap_verify() { setcap -v "${caps}" "${file}" >/dev/null ; } + + # Set/verify funcs for sys-libs/libcap-ng. + # Note: filecap only supports =ep mode. + # It also expects a different form: + # setcap cap_foo,cap_bar + # filecap foo bar + _libcap_ng() { + local caps=",${caps%=ep}" + filecap "${file}" "${caps//,cap_}" + } + _libcap_ng_verify() { + # libcap-ng has a crappy interface + local rcaps icaps caps=",${caps%=ep}" + rcaps=$(filecap "${file}" | \ + sed -nr \ + -e "s:^.{${#file}} +::" \ + -e 's:, +:\n:g' \ + -e 2p | \ + LC_ALL=C sort) + [[ ${PIPESTATUS[0]} -eq 0 ]] || return 1 + icaps=$(echo "${caps//,cap_}" | LC_ALL=C sort) + [[ ${rcaps} == ${icaps} ]] + } + + local out cmd notfound=0 + for cmd in _libcap _libcap_ng ; do + if ! out=$(LC_ALL=C ${cmd} 2>&1) ; then + case ${out} in + *"command not found"*) + : $(( ++notfound )) + continue + ;; + # ENOTSUP and EOPNOTSUPP might be the same value which means + # strerror() on them is unstable -- we can get both. #559608 + *"Not supported"*|\ + *"Operation not supported"*) + local fstype=$(stat -f -c %T "${file}") + ewarn "Could not set caps on '${file}' due to missing filesystem support:" + ewarn "* enable XATTR support for '${fstype}' in your kernel (if configurable)" + ewarn "* mount the fs with the user_xattr option (if not the default)" + ewarn "* enable the relevant FS_SECURITY option (if configurable)" + break + ;; + *) + eerror "Setting caps '${caps}' on file '${file}' failed:" + eerror "${out}" + die "could not set caps" + ;; + esac + else + # Sanity check that everything took. + ${cmd}_verify || die "Checking caps '${caps}' on '${file}' failed" + + # Everything worked. Move on to the next file. + continue 2 + fi + done + if [[ ${notfound} -eq 2 ]] && [[ -z ${_FCAPS_WARNED} ]] ; then + _FCAPS_WARNED="true" + ewarn "Could not find cap utils; make sure libcap or libcap-ng is available." + fi + fi + + # If we're still here, setcaps failed. + debug-print "${FUNCNAME}: setting owner/mode on '${file}'" + chown "${owner}:${group}" "${file}" || die + chmod ${mode} "${file}" || die + done +} + +# @FUNCTION: fcaps_pkg_postinst +# @DESCRIPTION: +# Process the FILECAPS array. +fcaps_pkg_postinst() { + local arg args=() + for arg in "${FILECAPS[@]}" "--" ; do + if [[ ${arg} == "--" ]] ; then + fcaps "${args[@]}" + args=() + else + args+=( "${arg}" ) + fi + done +} + +EXPORT_FUNCTIONS pkg_postinst + +fi