non C based environments can have problems
Posted Jan 19, 2007 12:49 UTC (Fri) by pvaneynd
Parent article: LCA: How to improve Debian security
little in the way of ill effects is not realy the case for non-C derived environments. For example sbcl (a Common Lisp environment that compiles directly to native code) does have quite a bit of problems with all these new 'security' measures, see for instance at these instructions to get sbcl to work on FC5.
And SELinux does seem to be too complex for me to say if a certain configuration is secure or not.
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