epilogue at allstream.net
Tue Oct 12 01:09:41 PDT 2004
On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 01:33:44 -0400
epilogue <epilogue at allstream.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 20:03:32 -0400
> Chris Collins <z0cool at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello Alll
> > I was wondering what is the best kern.securelevel to run on a
> > machine that provides general internet services, Web, FTP and Email.
> > I don't want this so tight I cannot use the machine and I have also
> > read in some post that having the secure level set to high can stop
> > a fsck.
> > I am running 4.8 stable with ipfw and current kern.securelevel at
> > 0. After reading the man page I am thinking that I can safely at
> > level 2 but I am not sure because of this line in the man page "plus
> > disks may not be opened for writing (except by mount(2)) whether
> > mounted or not"
> > What exactly does this mean?
> > Any help would be appreciated.
> in case you haven't already tried it, you may find 'man securelevel'
and more closely reading messages *may* save me from embarrassment. my
> > Thanks
> > Chris
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