Re: Debian Policy based on the wrong technical assumptions
firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas Koenig) wrote on 01.07.97 in <199707010943.LAA31745@mvmap66.ciw.uni-karlsruhe.de>:
> Christoph Lameter wrote:
> >Security issues can be addressed by authentication provided by the
> Yet another large and potentially buggy piece of software running on a
> system. Yet another chance to mess up configuration files in a
> security-relevant way. I don't think these two issues can be addressed
> by authentication provided by the webserver :-)
However, you can solve them by making a very small, simple web server
that's restricted to /usr/doc and localhost connections. This shouldn't
require rocket science.
You might even do a web server that runs as the user wanting to read that
documentation (started in the background by whatever command replaces
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