Fwd: Re: thoughts on kernel security issues
carlosmn at gmail.com
Sun Feb 6 02:05:54 PST 2005
> That said, as far as LFS goes, it's assumed that the user knows what
> there doing so... hmmm.
Well, the user should know what he's getting into, but still, it may
be useful to keep using 2.4 as an alternative. For a server I wouldn't
use the 2.6 kernel but maybe someone who is not that up-to-date and
assumes that the latest is the best may install the 2.6 somewhere
where it may not be the best idea.
I think a warning and instructions for 2.4 as well may be a good idea,
since 2.6 is better for gaming and stuff that needs a low latency (the
latest 2.6 have a relatively good latency "out of the box").
What do you say?
"I'll wager it's the most extraordinary thing to hapen round here
since Queen Elizabeth's handmaid got hit by lightning and sprouted a
-- T. C. Boyle, "Water Music"
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