Re: Anyone else notice that Swen is slowing down?
> But you run the risk of making a lot of unpriviliged power users very
> angry if you do that.
Such power users should be able to have the noexec removed on request. Of
course, they will be given a lecture and if they screw up will get no
> But I think I'll run home to mom and dad and do that on their
> machine... :-)
They are exactly who it is for.
> I think that's the wrong question to ask... I think the question is "will
> Linux vendors obey a market that wants executeable files to be executed
> from email software if the user clicks on it?"
Does the market really want that? Why? (That's an honest question. While
I know this feature exists on Windows, I've never seen an example of what
it is for.)
firstname.lastname@example.org (John Hasler)
Dancing Horse Hill