Am 18.12.2014 um 16:43 schrieb Bastien Nocera:
>>> On the other hand, if you install something and it starts
>>> you didn’t know that,
>> If you install something from Fedora and it does that, then it's a bug in
> No. It's you solving your problem with gnome-user-share and declaring
> the fallout somebody elses problem so you can safely ignore it.
It's in the packaging guidelines that server applications shouldn't auto-start.
It's not like I'm making this up...
you still don't get it:
a operating system is *not only* for running software out of the
distributions repos and hence it has to have secure defaults in *any*
case and *even if* there is a package with a bug *the whole purpose* of
a firewall is to *protect* against bugs