Re: Lotus notes oamd64?
Not really. Proprietary software tends to do odd things. Adobe, for
example, messes with the master boot record of the hard drive it's
installed on. The good thing about open source software is that it's much
harder to hide this sort of thing.
On Sat, 18 Sep 2010, Robert Isaac wrote:
I'm afraid it's not possible, as Lotus Notes is a non-free
email/collaboration suite from IBM:
If the Source Code is not available then that is surely, in and of itself, a
good enough reason to run it inside a chroot -- that way, it can't get at
anything it's not supposed to.
Are you implying that IBM is distributing malicious code?