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Re: [vox-tech] Public Access Terminal



On Thu, Mar 27, 2003 at 04:50:41PM -0800, Darrick Servis wrote:
[...]
> > Will you be able to keep people from browsing the HD, or saving files to
> > it?
> 
> Well that's what I'm working toward among other things.  I also want a good 
> user experience.  I've been running opera on a slackware machine at DCTV and 
> haven't had any problems.  Expect no one but me knows how to turn it on and 
> off.  But that's not to say it couldn't have been more secure.  I mainly 
> dealt with trying to make it run lean enough as it was a really slow machine.  

I suggest that you mount a ramdisk under /home and rig the browser
startup script to chroot() to that directory.

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