Root for All on the SE Linux Play Machine

SE Linux gives you an extra layer of security that protects the system even from root. Russell decided to show how it works by giving everyone root access.
Acknowledgements

The Cobalt division of Sun generously supported my work through the gift of a RaQ server. All SE Linux play machines after LinuxTag were run on Cobalt hardware.

Russell Coker has been using Linux for ten years. Through his work in UNIX administration for ISPs, he has become convinced that security is the area of UNIX that needs the most improvement.

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