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    SubjectRE: is KERNEL developement finished, yet ???
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    On Thu, 2002-12-05 at 12:54, Joseph D. Wagner wrote:
    > trying to advance new features. For example, the POSIX standard is the
    > reason we have the three-by-three secure permissions on files (three users:
    > owner, group, everyone; three permissions: read, write, execute) instead of
    > Access Control Lists (ACL's).

    POSIX allows ACLS and MAC.


    > I don't know of any mistakes per say, but if I had to do it over again,
    > there's about a thousands things I'd do differently (preference in design
    > choices, not mistakes) especially not to cling so religiously to POSIX
    > compliance.

    And then you'd have no applications.


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