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SubjectRe: disk-destroyer.c
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> Urgh. That should be fixed at some point too, then. Everything userland
> does with hardware should go via the kernel, and it should be possible for
> the kernel to block/restrict that access.

If you use the VESA X server and kill CAP_SYS_RAWIO that is what is
supposed to occur.

Alan


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