Vivek Khera([EMAIL PROTECTED])@Fri, Sep 08, 2000 at 09:56:07AM -0400:
> That last sentence makes me think that the person who decided this
> does not use a network to update that machine, ie NFS mounting
> /usr/src. It is a royal PITA to get networking up and going after a
> single-user reboot to get out of secure level.
read my lips: con sole ser ver
;-) on a dedicated internal administration network is this the stuff
that saves you time.
ah, ... and, yes, we use a network also to update the machines ;> but
not with nfs mounting /usr/src. best choice is you write a little
setup-automagic script for single user mode and place it under /root
decrementing securelevel is evil.
doing things in userland which can turn off security features is evil.
securelevel is your friend.
> Booze is the answer. I don't remember the question.
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