[Wolves] Hooray SuSE is back
peter at cannon-linux.co.uk
Wed Mar 1 09:28:39 GMT 2006
On Tuesday 28 February 2006 23:03, Simon Morris wrote:
> If you were after a one word answer I would say "promising"
I have to agree, IMHO its another example of "If theres enough money it can be
> But yeah - it is promising. I attended a presentation tonight by a
> Novell guy on App Armor. That looks very promising indeed. SELinux for
> the normal people.
I need to read up on that one not sure I understand what its all about. This
time around the manual that came with the boxed version I have is extremely
poor theres no Administration manual so its aimed at the general user and
just gives a 'very' brief overview of packages. having said that the
installation section is V. good so I guess they take the view once its up and
running you're on your own.
The Xen installation is not even mentioned in the manual.
You need to be careful with additional repository's (not YOU
Yast-Online-Update) such as packman & extras this was my downfall I'd set my
system to update everything to the latest release from the software
management section which had been fine for months and months but like all
updates you're at the mercy of the site maintainer if something bad slips in
you have no defence.
Fedora Core 4 & Suse 10.0
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There is no excuse for not asking!"
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