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____/ JeffM on Thursday 15 Sep 2011 23:05 : \____
>>>good to see the Free Software Foundation giving this the thumbs-up.
> Forgot to mention: While FSF's site isn't bad WRT their HTML...
> 1 Error, 1 warning(s)
> ...for a group interested in standards, they *REALLY* need
> to find someone who knows something about CSS.
> Errors (72)
>>>Now I wonder if Dynebolic got past the always-runs-as-root thing.
>>Maybe it's intended to be used mostly offline, for production purposes
>>(no networked environment, either).
> Well, if "intended" means "designed for", that would be OK.
> No networking seems antithetical to Linux, however.
> Maybe this one comes with directions that include
> *pull the plug on your Ethernet cable*.
> Hope they require su or sudo as well.
Last I checked, Puppy and Pardus also have this root mentality. Windows
is not much better though...
Just being root by default is not a massive risk, depending on what the user
does or installs. Many of these machines are single-user ones.
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