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Dec
19
awarded  Commentator
Dec
19
comment Mount external drive as writeable for all users
I'm not sure that's a solution or proper style. The file system table's purpose doesn't seem to be for dynamic drives that may or may not be plugged into the same computer again. I've tried mount -o users,remount, but no luck.
Dec
17
asked Mount external drive as writeable for all users
Dec
1
asked Can't do anything in /lib/modules even as root
Nov
20
comment Does dd require CAP_SYS_RAWIO?
In the webpage I gave, dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/kmem seek=1740644 bs=1 count=1 is implied to be raw memory access.
Nov
20
asked Does dd require CAP_SYS_RAWIO?
Nov
10
comment Do GPG and GPGSM use the same key database?
I can use the same keys.
Nov
7
comment Do GPG and GPGSM use the same key database?
So how could extract the RSA/DSA keys raw and import them?
Nov
6
asked Do GPG and GPGSM use the same key database?
Nov
5
asked Allow a user to have access to all root privileges EXCEPT…
Oct
31
asked Protect certain files from being modified or deleted
Oct
27
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
22
asked Is secured GRUB unable to load drives?
Oct
20
revised Make GRUB changes permanent
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Oct
20
asked Make GRUB changes permanent
Oct
20
comment Make certain files read only on boot
I'm kind of doing this for novelty purposes, so making root unable to touch them is important here. Does SELinux have the features I'm describing or is it just some security hardened Linux distribution?
Oct
19
comment Make certain files read only on boot
I'm trying to make a novel set up where GRUB and its configuration files are write protected for security purposes. It's supposed to emulate (normal sense of the word) the boot lock processes found on most Android phones. Making it kernel-level makes it harder to undo.
Oct
19
asked Make certain files read only on boot
Nov
27
asked Turning Telnet on on Mac OS X Leopard
Jul
13
comment What can TianoCore's DUET be used for in a PC?
Does DUET continue running after it has booted the operating system? In that case it would sound like it's like the bootloaders in smartphones which have added functionality or a hypervisor.