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    SubjectRe: proc pid perm patch, 2.1.108?

    On Sat, 11 Jul 1998, Alan Cox wrote:

    > > There are potential security issues here if admins, sensibly doing as
    > > little as root as possible, check for unwanted user processes from a
    > > normal user account.
    >
    > I've nailed it ok in 2.0.35pre7 I think (this btw has the nice quirk that
    > you can change 1 function to get the state of seeing nobody elses process)

    Argh, it works in 2.0.x too? That, I didn't know :)

    Does 2.0.35pre7 contain those useful 3c59x.c fixes? If so I can probably
    give our 3c905 card another run under a bit of load and report back.

    Cheers
    Chris

    PS Most impressive, the "video for linux" stuff. ust got myself a cheap TV
    ;-) Good work.


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