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SubjectRe: Bootscreen
Previously Richard B. Tilley  (Brad) wrote:
> Could you explain this in more detail? It seems to me that if the kernel
> does not support loadable modules that it would be inherently more
> secure because it could not be dynamically modified with a module. How
> is my understanding of this wrong?

You can fiddle with kernel memory by hand and insert code and modules.
There are a couple of tools available to do that for you, google can
probably find them for you.

Wichert.

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