[clug-talk] Advocate Linux. A Lug is born:
khangyi at shaw.ca
Wed Nov 17 20:12:40 PST 2004
Needless to say, they also used nuke and the (cracker) that did them in was
the same as one of ours btw. The same guy :-)
They seem to be around for some time, maybe a year, very intresting to look at
them , and see the issues they are facing. I think it is the combination of a
more secure platform (website) and frequent backups that would ultimately
prove a better solution. Also the full controll over the hosting server is
not an insignificant factor in the level of security achievable and the speed
of the recovery.
As i read on, it seems the biggest problem is the unavailability of distros,
maybe even related to bandwidth and connectivity problems. Also read the
forums they have, go into the helpme section ... see they had difficulty
installing in some cases, found mandrake to be too simple and ended up
installing suse ... humm.
On November 17, 2004 19:55, s. keeling wrote:
> Incoming from bogi:
> > http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/3830545.stm
> It's more like a LUG turns one year old. Take a look for yourself at
> <http://www.iraqilinux.org/>. CLUG might even learn something from
> them; they're suffering at the hands of crackers too, but they're
> relying on daily audits and quick recovery/restoration instead of
> tighter security and possibly less functional software.
> I think it's great; yet one more piece of the puzzle in dragging Iraq
> out of the mess that Saddam Hussein dragged them into. Iraq sure
> could use some good news.
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