Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #parrot, 2016-07-09

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18:38 OpenwrtSec Hello everyone
18:45 OpenwrtSec I'm quite enthusiastic when it comes to pentesting Linux and BSD distros, driven by the curiosity whether there's any OS on modern hardware with all its flaws, which would still ensure security. Recently I started playing around with a Raspberry Pi and quickly discovered that Raspbian OS can't be considered as being a secure OS at all (of course referring to the default configuration, kernel, etc.). However, the Raspberry Pi fascinates me quite much, si
18:46 OpenwrtSec So my question is: Would it be possible to get Parrot OS running on the Raspberry Pi using the grsecurity enabled kernel?
19:15 OpenwrtSec Okay, it seems to be possible at least for ArchLinux ARM
19:16 OpenwrtSec https://archlinuxarm.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=476‚Äč48&sid=438ce26abb87a0309b087debfa86da5c#p47648
19:16 OpenwrtSec Maybe this wouls work for Parrot OS as well
19:16 OpenwrtSec *would

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