Donald Holman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 7 Apr 87 09:40:52 PDT
Just an interested bystander here,
Perhaps the fundemental difference in UNIX versus most other operating
system is that the basic user has to get so much more intimate with the
command set. In addition a goodly number of these users are writing software
that requires them to, at some point in time, have a hook or two into
the workings of the operating system.
Also one must remember that the abilities/capabilities of one to cross
mount entire file systems is a FEATURE, not a quirk.
Believe me, when the feds come crashing through your bedroom window
and sieze your equipment you will know you shouldn't have been doing
what you were doing.
TIA, (That Is All)
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