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Old 26 March 2015, 08:18   #44
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Well, how do you implement that? If you look at iOS and Android which do what you describe, sandboxing each and every app in their own little sandbox, running as "user", and grant access and rights to certain resources for each sandbox, either as "user" (you, interactively), or through "superuser" (root, non-interactively). Point is, you still need the concept of "users", if not, _everything_ runs as superuser, and you do not want that.
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