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Old 24th May 2008, 17:07
Djamu Djamu is offline
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Originally Posted by falko
It's strongly recommended to disable AppArmor. See chapter 10 on
Do you mind to tell why that is ( aside from the troubles with installing ISPconfig ) ?

Shouldn't that line then read as > It's strongly recommended to disable AppArmor when installing ISPconfig....

Currently I have no troubles whatsoever keeping it installed...

I do have some thoughts on the combination chroot / apparmor as it might well be that instead of adding security, security might get actually weaker. A simple " it's recommended " definitely won't do for an answer....

Windows, the only virus you pay for

Last edited by Djamu; 24th May 2008 at 17:34.
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