Updating gentoo profile

And because knowing what’s going on is a requirement, the organization of the distribution is as unobfuscated as possible.

For example, in any Linux distribution, you will eventually have to make configuration changes by editing some configuration file; given this fact, isn’t it reasonable to say that all configuration changes should be made in this way?

When I was installing Gentoo the first few times, I had the feeling that the procedure could be wrapped up in a script. If the procedure is simplified and automated, then you will inevitability suffer a limitation of possibilities.

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I strongly suggest you just follow that recommendation.

One additional change has been added to the package: the "server" profiles will be removed; they do not exist in the 13.0 tree anymore.

Introduction In this tutorial, we’ll talk about how to harden a Linux system to make it more secure.

We’ll specifically use Gentoo Linux, but the concepts should be fairly similar in other distributions as well.

I am inclined to select the 'desktop' profile, but which should I use, 10 or 13 (and what happened to 11 and 12)? They don't seem to correspond to a Gentoo 'version'.

I've got the no-multilib profile currently because I downloaded the nm stage3.

It's what the docs say to stick system wide user variables, but chickenkiller is right, the names doesn't matter, just the order that they get created/appended.

Out of curiosity, what variable did you attempt to set?

Additionally, we can also use the following access control systems, which are used to control access between processes and objects.

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