Conor Wynne wrote:
>>Redhat enterprise linux comes with ACL, all you have do is change a flag
>>in the fstab .. whether or not you would have
>>the balls to try this on a production system given the state of most of
>>the supported software in this pile of crap is another matter.
>>RHEL-3 has ACL support, AS2.1 does not. You can ACL all sorts of stuff,
>even NFS which is sweet.
>>Yep your right there, incidentally for anyone that is choosing between
the two I'd like to mention that 2.1 does not come with postfix support
and that both of them only offer the completely crap
university of washington imap server rather than courier or something
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