> I disagree. A locked case that's physically tied down with
> no floppy or CD drive could have LILO and single-user
> passwords and be secure. (And a BIOS password...)
Do you still need to remove the drives if you have it
locked down and a bios password as this way you can
fix the boot order.
But this still does not get around the:
from Kevin's mail. Is there any easy way to stop this?
I suppose you could hack the kernel to get it to ignore
the init= option, but this would cause its own problems.
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