Claude M. Schrader on 12 Jul 2012 08:35:13 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] SteadyState/DriveShield for Ubuntu?

On 09:59 Thu 12 Jul     , Adam Zion wrote:
> OK, here's another oddball question.
> I've done a little experiment @ work and replaced 2 shared Windows
> machines w/Ubuntu 11.04 disguised using the XpGnome script (that's the
> latest version of Ubuntu on which the script would run). What I'd like
> to do is lock down this Ubuntu config so that any changes that a user
> manages to make- which won't be much as things stand, since I've
> removed virtually all privs from the Clubhouse account- are wiped on
> the next reboot, the way Microsoft SteadyState and Centurion Drive
> Shield do for Windows. I can't find a comparable product for Ubuntu.
> Any ideas?

sure - you could always set up a read-only /home partition, or make the
whole install RO, with a few ramdisks for things that need it.
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