Sorry if this is the wrong forum... I assume this is the one for sysadmins and power/super
It was just a query that came when I was strutting around, doing the old "rm -rf /" (Har har):
How does an admin, on a unix based system that runs the linux kernel stop people from going into the files like /sys ? Leading on from that:
How does the sysadmin stop people from using commands like: "rm -rf /"
Again, I'm sorry if this is the wrong forum.