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SubjectRe: kernel allows loadkeys to be used by any user, allowing for local root compromise
On Tue, 18 Oct 2005, Krzysztof Halasa wrote:

> OTOH I don't know why ordinary users should be allowed to change key
> bindings.

I like to load a custom keymap to swap ctrl and caps-lock.

I'd like to keep that ability, but I'd much prefer if it didn't
affect all VTs, and if it didn't persist past the end of my session.

regards,
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