Grrr... modprobe.conf

Michał Piotrowski mkkp4x4 at
Mon Sep 20 18:21:39 UTC 2010

W dniu 20 września 2010 20:03 użytkownik drago01 <drago01 at> napisał:
> Why?
> The file is obsolete for a while now, apps that rely on it if any
> should crash and burn and use the proper interface (/etc/modprobe.d)
> I can't think of a reason why "someone will change this again".

In the same way that someone reverted a vulnerability fix in kernel

BTW. I think that /etc, /bin, /usr/* etc dirs should be monitored for
world writable files. Maybe some test for sectool should be written?


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