Colin Walters wrote: > Ok, how about this - gnome-user-share and vino are by default tied to > networks, rather than global. So instead of one global GConf key, > they have per-network state stored either in /system/networking or > based of some key in their own config. When the network changes, they > adjust. If each service would have its own independent per-network state, then yes, that's better. Not as a replacement for strong authentication and access control, but as a complement. > If we do ship a firewall on by default, then yes we would need a way > for these desktop apps to poke holes programatically. Personally I would prefer not shipping insecure services by default, so that no "firewall" is needed. Björn Persson
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