On 08/04/2008, Andrew Edwards <edwards.andrew(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> One last question for now...'Hardened'? You've
gone into the realms
> of the unknown there. Can you expand on it for me :-) please?
think of it a bit like this (and for god's sake don't quote me here..
i haven't gone near linux dev for ages!)
pre-alpha = pre-dev
alpha, beta = testing
release-stable = pretty well tested, working flawlessly...
hardened = very well tested, secure as it really gets...
here's a wikipedia article on life cycles... if you wanted a more in
Ah, now I understand :-) I thought you were on about some special
quality of a file system :-)))) I'm actually running Debian testing
(I can't remember its Toy Story name) on a PC in my workshop so I
don't mind treading shallow water... However, in this particular case
(the server I want to set up) I shall definitely be using a 'hardened'
or well tested and secure fs for both OS and data storage.
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