The right of /etc/security/limits.conf is 644
When i use python:
The linux has disable the SELinux, i am confusion now.
And, when i vi this file, there is "[readonly]" at the bottom, others file with the same rights(644), there is not this prompt.
So i guess is certain security system keep this file readonly even with 644, it is bad i don't get it.
Support for security such as Firewalls and securing linux
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The dot at the end of the permissions means there are extended attributes set.