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Old 05-05-2004, 03:56 PM   #1
CarlosSunden
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NOEXEC, NOSUID, READONLY in Linux


hello
Planning a secure system, & considering the partitions
that should exist, etc. came across some links (secure#N10033 and secure#N1011B) discussing NOEXEC, NOSUID, READONLY attributes in
Linux. i'd like to hear from any real world experience
setting up filesystems with all, or some of those
attributes; advices, look-outs, tips, etc.
System will run Apache, MySQL, Bugzilla...
thanks!
carlos sunden
 
  


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