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Re: Corel/Debian Linux Installer

"Marco d'Itri" <md@linux.it> writes:

> On Aug 17, Russell Coker <russell@coker.com.au> wrote:
>  >Seems that read-only file systems only apply to real files.  I have only tested
>  >this with ReiserFS, but I believe that it's all VFS functionality and should
>  >work in all file systems.  If it doesn't then that's a kernel bug.
>  >/dev can be mounted read-only if you don't need/want to change permissions etc.
> You ***ALWAYS*** must be able to change ttys/ptys permissions.
> If you can't you have a non working system (IIRC you can't even login)
> and/or a huge security hole.

By the way, thos permissions are broken anyway since debian changed to 
unix ttys.

Try makeing a su to a different user and opening/resuming a screen, it

Also the devfs should be far more common. :)

May the Source be with you.

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