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    Martin Mares writes:
    > I think that a better analogue for the check proposed by Andre is "implement
    > sys_rm_rf, but make it check whether the path we are passing to it is not
    > /, /bin or /sbin". :-)

    I've been looking at the ATA specs recently, and I'm going to do a FAQ-type
    thing on this which (hopefully) will put everything in balance. At the
    moment, it appears that there is a lot of hype on both sides of the argument
    which is not helping us to come to a satisfactory solution.
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