[haiku-development] Re: Access Control Lists

  • From: PHilip RUshik <prushik@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku-development@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2010 11:44:56 -0400

On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 11:36 AM, Skar Cat <skarmiglione.sk4r@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> Philip i don´nt share your opinion and i have erite too many times sudo,
> and i am only person who use this pc ...but many times i know trojans wanna
> use my pc too ;)
> 2010/4/8 PulkoMandy <pulkomandy@xxxxxxxxx>
> 2010/4/8 Daniel Dean <dhdean@xxxxxxxxx>
>> This may sound like a naive question but is there any interest in
>>> optimizing Haiku as a single-user system?  Is there any advantage to
>>> single-user other than permissions irreverance?
>> It seems most laptop around me are single-user machines, but I doubt
>> that's the majority of computers out there. The reason for Haiku being
>> single user is
>> a) it's simpler
>> b) it's compatible with beos
>> Switching to multiuser will be a lot of work, break a lot of things, and
>> shake quite much the system architecture. That's why it is postponed to
>> Haiku R2.
>> --
>> Adrien Destugues / PulkoMandy
>> http://pulkomandy.ath.cx
Yeah, unfortunately many people share that opinion. I have found that if you
know what you are doing, you don't get viruses. So I don't really care about
them. Especially since I no longer use windows.

 -PHilip RUshik

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