On Mon, May 31, 2004 at 04:09:17PM +0100, Chris Higgins wrote:
> Being able to get to having a read-only /usr, puts us in a position
> to have a firewall ( or other 'secure' system ) that can mount all
> the filesystems that it needs (ro), and run the volatile ones as
also can't you limit what root can do with capabilities - and i'm
guessing one of those capabilities would be to stop the ability to
kevin at ie.suberic.net ~ nov 2, 04: http://www.tellanamericantovote.com/
only 1 state has less ~ according to the bush campaign, john kerry is the
unemployed then it ~ most liberal member of the senate. they also say
did in 3/01: alaska. ~ he flip-flops on every issue. can both be true?
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