Noid has not been updated for a couple of years, and does not work on newer kernels. Consider development to be on hold, with a quite small chance of being restarted.
The future of Noid
Currently, the -d option to chtrunk
attaches the original
It should be possible to attach files and directories read-only, even if they are read-write for normal processes.
We need to construct a tighter jail for the
processes. The idea is to create a filesystem where
every file is a capability, and mount it under
It would be nice to have even more fine-grained
capabilities. Imagine capabilites like
It doesn't stop here. Once processes are properly jailed, they can be used as building blocks for performing different tasks. More about this later.
Send questions, money, bug reports, success reports, patches and suggestions to the author, Jörgen Cederlöf, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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