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Re: thoughts on kernel security issues
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J. Bruce Fields wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 25, 2005 at 02:56:13PM -0500, John Richard Moser wrote:
>>In this context, it doesn't make sense to deploy a protection A or B
>>without the companion protection, which is what I meant.
> But breaking up the introduction of new code into logical steps is still
> helpful for people trying to understand the new code.
> Even if it's true that it's no use locking any door until they are all
> locked, there's still some value to allowing people to watch you lock
> each door individually. It's easier for them to understand what you're
> doing that way.
I guess so.
This still doesn't give me any way to take a big patch and make little
patches without hours of work and (N+2) kernel trees for N patches
> --Bruce Fields
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