Actual tool design

Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Jun 28 07:54:41 PDT 2000



> Security... Nothing keeps somebody from writing a complicated script that
> would do evil things. So if you want to talk about security, you have to
> impose limits as to what profiles can or can't do. And even then there would
> certainly be holes, and those holes would be enormous.
> 
> Maybe I didn't understand your point correctly.
> pre-compiled

True, but a script that does evil things is easier exposed than a binary
pre compile package that you can't just edit in your text editor. 

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