Igmar Palsenberg wrote:
> On Tue, 9 May 2000, Linda Walsh wrote:
> > > > > - Making sysklogd and klogd immutable
> > > > ---
> > > > Das ok. With mount, I can just mount over the top of them, killoff current ones, restart my
> > > > new ones.
> > >
> > > You can't remount the root fs while running.
> > ---
> > Don't need to -- "mount mybadsys:/mybadusr /usr". Now we have a new /usr/bin/syslogd
> > and a new /usr/sbin/klogd.
> You still need to kill the old one..
--- Right now, if you have root, even w/o raw-io and ability to change cap-immutable, a killall -9 syslogd klogd usually does the trick.
> > Hmm.. Last time I checked capabilities wheren't fully functional yep... --- Yup -- something that is open to change though...
> Yep.. Capabilities are a nice feature.. I'm glad that Linux starts > implementing them.
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