||Install a setuid root helper binary with limited functionality; this allows running kismet as a normal user, significantly reducing security risks
||Install some programs with suid bit set to provide additional functionality. mount/umount: non-root users may mount/umount devices wall/write: non-root users can notify other users su: non-root users may become root
||Install SUID helper binary
||Make internal pt_chown helper setuid -- not needed if using Linux and have /dev/pts mounted with gid=5
||Install the SUID sandbox, which is only needed on CONFIG_USER_NS=n kernels.
||Build the SUID sandbox, which is only needed on CONFIG_USER_NS=n kernels