> for those who didn't read that patch, i #define capable(),
> suser(), and fsuser() to 1. the implication is all users
> will have root capabilities.
How is that not single user?
I have been doing single-user oriented Linux/GNU/unix longer than anyone
I'm aware of with exactly that focus. The one trivial patch I do to the
kernel disgusts the core Linux developers for reasons unrelated to single
user. cLIeNUX boots with 12 vt's logging in already as root. No kernel
molestation. (But stay tuned ;o) Rather than me contributing further to
the topic-skew, please have a browse at
cLIeNUX user 0
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