> We picked normal install, with maximum security. The latter
> might have been a stupid move. But, hey, I didn't push the
> buttons! The problem we're having is that /usr and various
> other places are not readable to anyone but root, only exec
> bit is set. This means that /usr/games/fortune is *not*
> available to us, gcc can only be used by root etc. And worst
> of all, it regularly enforces new attributes for files and
> directories. It shouldn't have been called 'High security' -
> this is 'Fascist security'. I'm not sure if I should call it
> a feature or a bug, as I'm no security expert.
That's a bug. It means that you have to do almost _everything_ on
that machine as root. You can't compile stuff. You can't read
docs. It's almost as bad as Win9x.
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