Mounting partitions, bizare question...
ivoks at grad.hr
Tue Jul 12 02:43:20 UTC 2005
On Tue, 2005-07-12 at 10:28 +0800, Senectus . wrote:
> Can you explain why this is a "bad thing" when it's setup on a single
> person's home PC with no expectation or desire for anyone else to log
> onto it?
Linux is multiuser system. There isn't "single person's home PC". Check
your /etc/passwd. There are plenty users. I understand that most of you
still think in Windows way (operating system that still isn't full
mutliuser system). Per user settings are managed in user's ~, not on the
level of administrator - that's how it's done on UNIX/Linux for decades.
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