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SubjectRe: [reiserfs-list] major security bug in reiserfs (may affect SuSE Linux)

> The best workaround at this time seems to be to uninstall reiserfs
> completely or not allow any user access (even indirect) to these volumes.
> While this individual bug might be easy to fix, we believe that other,
> similar bugs should be easy to find so reiserfs should not be trusted (it
> shouldn't be trusted to full user access for other reasons anyway, but it
> is still widely used).

Can you please calm down ? Just because you maybe found ONE bug you cannot
say that there are more issues except this one without even knowing them!

If it helps, I'm using 2.2.18+reiserfs-3.5.29+ide-dma patch and I cannot
reproduce ANYTHING said in the referred message. It works perfectly fine.
I was using gcc 2.95.2 to compile the kernel.

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