More reasons why TFA is a troll:
Posted Oct 23, 2006 15:03 UTC (Mon) by hummassa
In reply to: Critical Linux security API is still a kludge (Inquirer)
Parent article: Critical Linux security API is still a kludge (Inquirer)
(1) if the "dakuzo" thing was ready, well-done, and submitted to Linus, it
would be on the tree. Someone can enlighten me why it isn't?
(2) on the distros sphere, any distro that wants to package dakuzo will do
so; modules tailored to the distro kernels are easy and *ubuntu, for
instance, distributes a dozen of those, each on its package. Besides, the
module can be included in the clamav package, if that is the case.
(3) in dapper, apt-cache search dakuzo does not ring a bell, and the
article implies that it should.
(4) on the antivirus software sphere, in the same way clamav/panda must
make a package for each distro they'll support, they can compile dakuzo
and distribute it together with their software, problem solved.
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