Copy protection

Jonathan Ernst jonathan at
Wed Oct 4 15:50:23 CDT 2006

Le mercredi 04 octobre 2006 à 21:14 +0100, Martin Owens a écrit :
> It's a very very bad idea, I don't understand why linux doesn't
> protect normal users corrupting the disk at byte level that just seems
> really bad for security.

Every distro does AFAIK. However if people mess with their user's rights
or don't understand why running user applications as root is dangerous
there is nothing Linux can do against it.
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