grsecurity 2.1.0 and kernel vulnerabilities
Posted Jan 8, 2005 0:37 UTC (Sat) by mmarq
In reply to: grsecurity 2.1.0 and kernel vulnerabilities
Parent article: grsecurity 2.1.0 and kernel vulnerabilities
Oh c'mon!... you are being much more unfair to the authors of the article than they towards the development leadership of Linux kernel...
And the key word here, i belive, is "development" !!... Linux were always in a constant state of development. There never were a relly true 'stable version' out of the initial series of 'stable marked' kernels. But that is my opinion. Also, IMO, the best solution for these problems is to open another tree, after a new *wild* unstable serie is open...
...lets say a 'stable-final', where only bug fixing and security holes *should* be mended, and not as we have today where pretty major features changes are made on stable series...
...there shoudn't be any clash among a wild 'unstable' and a 'stable-final' flowing in simultaneos, since they are so different in purpouse.
And that is not asking for to much, i belive, since the it is in all the interest of the commercial party of Linux world, to have a 'Titanium' solid product,... and they have the resources to make it rock.
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