On Mon, May 31, 2004 at 03:27:53PM +0100, Barry Flanagan wrote:
> > Unless you mount /usr via nfs, and it's exported ro from the nfs server.
> >You can then modify the files on the nfs server using an admin host and
> >the mount never has to be remounted.
>> Thank you Dave. And in that way even if the box is rooted, no hard can
> come to your /usr filesystem.
Sure it can, it can mounted over. And what if the admin box is rooted?
fun-central! Or what if it just crashes, and so on ...
Colm MacCárthaigh Public Key: colm+pgp at stdlib.net
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