On Tue, 27 Jul 2021 15:44:01 +0200
Simon Becherer <simon(a)becherer.de> wrote:
Hi again, here is the start of the large (402 mails)
Re: [opensuse-factory] [PLEASE SPEAK UP] Disabling legacy file
systems by default?
Am 30.01.19 um 17:41 schrieb Martin Wilck:
SUSE will blacklist a number of legacy and/or
less frequently used
file systems by default on SLES for security reasons.
The proposed list can be seen here:
The question is now whether we should do the same for openSUSE.
I figure that while the above list is probably not controversial for
enterprise customers, openSUSE users may have objections to some
items on the list. Please speak up if you do.
In any case, note that even if we do this, you can re-enable the
filesystems you need by simply commenting out lines in the blacklist
sorry, i have no idear how to use the online mailinglistarchiv.
Well providing a link to the archive, or the ID of the message would
probably help anybody trying to find that thread, as well as the name
of the list.
but im am pretty sure somewhere inside you will find
According to the github link, all that was proposed (and perhaps has
now happened?) was to block the kernel from automatically loading a
module for some little-used filesystems when a USB disk is inserted, to
help prevent attacks.
That seems a reasonable thing to do as [presumably] one can simply
arrange for the relevant module to be loaded in advance, if one wishes
to use one of the affected filesystems.
Also, I don't see reiserfs in the list, so I'm not sure of the
relevance to Daniel's problem?
But without some link to the relevant thread, I've no way to check my