Specify machine name on reboot/halt/shutdown
martin f krafft
madduck at debian.org
Mon May 28 09:25:26 BST 2007
also sprach Dr. David Alan Gilbert <ubuntu at treblig.org> [2007.05.28.0028 +0200]:
> While ssh is probably the commonest way of making this mistake,
> these days there are lots more ways of doing the same thing:
> * KVMs (although c-a-d normally are the source of pain there)
> * VNC
> * IP connected KVMs
> * remote X sessions
> * Management consoles for large systems
> * serial consoles.
> * virtual machine consoles
I thus suggest to extend molly-guard with a simple configuration
file in /etc/default and a debconf question to allow the user to
choose whether to *always* protect the commands, or only when
they're run over SSH.
Patches welcome! :)
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