[Mono-dev] UserName/Password not being used by Process/ProcessStartInfo?
ray.oneill at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 06:03:35 UTC 2012
I'm trying to have a simple mono exe invoke a shell command via
Here's the HelloWorld.exe
And here's the invoker:
This is mono 2.10.2 installed via yum on amazon linux (x64) in EC2.
/monotest has full access for ec2-user, testuser (a non-admin user i
created), and root obviously. Mono is installed in /opt/novell/mono
So, being in an ssh session as ec2-user:
If I do a /mono HelloWorld.exe/ by itself as ec2-user it prints ec2-user, if
I run it via sudo it shows root, alls well. But when I run /mono
HelloWorldInvoker.exe testuser testuserpassword/ as ec2-user, I see:
Invoking HelloWorld.exe as testuser
Environment.UserName = ec2-user
Environment.MachineName = domU-12-31-38-04-24-38
Environment.UserDomainName = domU-12-31-38-04-24-38
Note the disparity between 'Invoking HelloWorld.exe as testuser' and
'Environment.UserName = ec2-user'. What gives? I know slightly more than
nothing about linux- is this related to its shell/security posture or
something? Shouldn't I be seeing Environment.UserName = testuser?
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