On Sun, 18 Jan 2004, Vincent wrote:
On Sat, 17 Jan 2004 23:21:01 -0300
Alexandre Strube <surak(a)surak.eti.br> wrote:
> Em Qui, 2004-01-15 às 19:48, Stephen Smoogen escreveu:
> > 1) I think it is SeLinux
> What, NSA trying to protect our computer's privacy? Or opening it easier
> to them? They don't look like the kind of organization which loves
> people's privacy. This SELinux stuff is all weird to me.
But you'll run LIDS from china, or SuSe from Germany (30% gov owned?)
A paranoid distrobution being rejected by paranoid people, you just have to love the
irony of it all.
How about the irony that someone posting a paranoid message does so
through a system listed on about half a dozen blacklists.
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