I've got an SUID perl script (yes, it's EUID is really 0) which I'd like to
use mount from to mount a file via loopback...
Unfortunately, it looks like mount refuses to actually mount anything if
the EUID and UID aren't the same....
Does anyone happen to know a way around this? Yes, I know this isn't the
most secure thing in the world... but I'm basically trying to build a
filesystem image and put stuff on it using dd, mkfs, mount, and cp. It all
works great when run as root, but it really needs to be useable as a
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