Free Software doesn't get viruses [was Re: Thank you for your
bri at sonicboom.org
Wed Aug 28 11:27:24 PDT 2002
wasnt se linux recently abandoned, i remember seeing a thread on that a
couple weeks ago. I would never say anything lame like," I saw it on
slashdot so it must be true", but there is a certain beliebability index
On 28 Aug 2002, JD Runyan wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-08-28 at 11:54, Tracy R Reed wrote:
> > On Wed, Aug 28, 2002 at 11:41:34AM -0500, JD Runyan spake thusly:
> > > Linux may not have role based security, but AIX,HPUX, and I believe
> > Yes it does. SE Linux. I am running it now and it rocks. It puts it in the
> > class of any mainframe security system IMHO.
> Once you have roles, you are in the realm of mainframe security. So
> long as you don't fall into the model MS has where apps need to run with
> Administrator priveleges to do thier job effectively, because that make
> roles useless.
> Jason D. Runyan
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