Changes To Experiment: mmmv_silkexec
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Changes to "Experiment: mmmv_silkexec" between 2017-01-08 17:32:28 and 2017-01-08 17:37:11

    43     43   application is executed in an environment, where <b>the LD_LIBRARY_PATH and the
    44     44   PATH have mmmv_silkexec application specific prefixes</b>, the reliance on
    45     45   operating system services is&nbsp;<b>limited to the UNIX standard</b> to give
    46     46   the mmmv_silkexec a chance to be ported to all operating systems that have the
    47     47   UNIX layer <i>(Linux, BSD, GNU Hurd, Genode OS, Minix3),</i> the&nbsp;mmmv_silkexec
    48     48   must be fully <b>usable without having any root access</b>.</p>
    49     49   
           50  +<p><br>
           51  +</p>
           52  +
           53  +<h1>Package Format</h1>
           54  +
           55  +<p><br>
           56  +</p>
           57  +
           58  +<p><br>
           59  +</p>
           60  +
           61  +<h1>Testing (Including Verification and Audits)</h1>
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    50     63   <p>The executable mmmv_silkexec application must have only dependencies that
    51     64   have also been verified and/or tested by trusted parties.&nbsp;</p>
    52     65   
    53     66   <p>Different parties trust different other parties. Trust is a multidimensional
    54     67   value. A very kindhearted and not corrupt person can be totally untrustworthy
    55     68   from their capabilities point of view. On the other hand, sometimes, at some
    56     69   narrow contexts, enemies can be more trustworthy than friends. For example,