On 18/10/16 08:35, Yasuo Ohgaki wrote:
>> Sure, but it did happen that shared hosts block it, noticed during
>> > random_compat adoption.
>> >
>> > You claimed there isn't any BC break.
> The line should be
> "There is no BC for usable systems"
> Any file permission could disturb PHP script execution, couldn't it?
> I think it's nothing special for /dev/urandom. User should set up system
> correctly to use PHP. Then there is no BC at all.

'Suppliers' should perhaps be helped to configure their systems so the
users can use things, but things like /dev/urandom may need some
additional notes to help identify problems when frameworks like owncloud
start throwing errors. As Niklas says it's shared environments where
this one may bite.

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