The creator of the Linux kernel is known both for his genius-not for nothing was the architect of GNU / Linux today many happily use every day- and its sourness time to dot the i’s.
not usually bite his tongue, and we have another example in a commentary he wrote yesterday in your Google Account Plus in criticizing openSUSE and his security management.
I do not think people can talk about the segment of “security” without cursing, so it might be a good time for you cover you eyes.
I gave openSUSE a try, especially because it worked really well in the installation on my Macbook Air, but I must say I can not anymore. There is no way in hell you can recommend to anyone.
first lost weeks discussion in bugzilla that the security policy to require the password to change the time zone or include a new wireless network card was stupid and wrong.
I think the issue over the wireless network solucionándose, but the time zone never did, and continues to call the administrator password.
moron who thought to ask the administrator password for features and functions used every day like this and called it “good security” is mentally Enferno.
So this is my request: if you have anything to do with the security of any distribution, and believe that my children (replace “my children” with “sales representatives” when you consider that your customers are businesses ) need the administrator password to access any wireless network, or be able to print something, or change the date preferences yhora, please suicidaos now. The world will be a better place.
… and now I need to find a new distribution that works on the MacBook Air.
pure state, is not it? And what he says, although he argues it a bit hard, is absolutely true: the request of the administrator password is fine for certain sections, but it is ridiculous to ask for everything. much that we complained about UAC in Windows Vista and Windows 7 …