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Re: [Xen-devel] boot loaders for domain != 0

Ian Pratt wrote:
Using libext2fs would be nice from a security POV (it's probably not too
hard to crash Linux getting it to mount a suitably crafted filesystem
structure), but it doesn't help if the client is using XFS or Reiserfs
etc (though I'm not sure Grub supports these anyhow). Perhaps insisting
on an ext3 /boot is OK.

grub supports reiserfs if you use it with "notail" mount option (at least Gentoo Handbook says that).


cd /local/pub && more beer > /dev/mouth

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