Problems with /usr/bin/chsh
Okay, I downloaded and installed Slackware 9.1. When attempting to run chsh as a non-root user, I get "You may not change the shell for kbolino." (in this case, I was kbolino when executing). I didn't pay it much mind, downloaded and installed Slackware-current packages. But, I'm still getting the same problem. /usr/bin/chsh gives the following `ls -l':
-rws--x--x 1 root bin 27780 May 20 22:01 chsh*
I also notice that the setuid bit will sometimes turn itself off (?!?) but setting on/off has no effect (same message is produced). I tried changing user/group to root/root, no avail. Tried using permissions -rwsr-sr-x, no avail. No problems with `passwd' or `chfn'. Maybe someone else has encountered this problem?