|Google as nanny||Eyecon||6/11/12 10:42 AM|
Seriously. Why does Google assume that a Linux user needs restriction on running as root? I've only been doing this since Redhat 7.x (I'm now running Fedora 17). If they want to create a "you are running as root" advisory that runs ONCE, I can put up with it but forcing me to change the structure of Chrome is preposterous.
I'm not interested in a run-as-unprivileged-user food fight. Others are free to do as they choose.
Ultimately, I don't need adult supervision.
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