._ "I don't like the idea of having a kernel based http server"
OK, I see your point, but I was wondering what the risks would be if you
have an http server serving static pages only. You would exclusively serve
"GET" requests to known existing local pages (which could be even kept on
memory, so no defacing is possible ...), no posting of user input, or
Also, I was looking for more info on the router functionality in the DL
setup in a Round Robin fashion. I searched for "Robin" on our list's
messages and only got Todd "Robin"son and PCI: P"robin"g PCI hardware :-)
Also, and even if not directly related to the DL project, I have found
different Linux projects which to a certain extent satisfy me, but not
quite. I was wondering how difficult would it be to set up a
linuxvirtualserver.org type of configuration in a DL fashion.
I could imagine there are a number of technical reasons for that, which I
don't know. I am just a programmer, my Forte is not networking/hardware
Thank you very much
>should be all possible.
>- you should not have the web-server on the firewall
>- tux: I don't like the idea of having a kernel based http server one
>exploit and you're so screwed.
>- make sure the web-server is running in a chroot environment DL 0.6 series
>support grsecurity, which actually helps you securing the chroot jail
>- when you add apache to DL, do it via the build system this make future
>updates for you easier and I can add it to the mainstream distro
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