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    SubjectLinux Kernel 2.2.x SECUREBITS
    Dear Kernel Coders,


    Kernel 2.0.x used the 'securelevel' variable to set or unset security
    restrictions in the kernel. Now kernel 2.2.x uses 'securebits'. I read
    securebits.h, but didn't understand the different possible settings for
    this variable.

    Can anyone tell me what settings are possible for this variable, how to
    set them, and what the different settings mean ?


    PLEASE CC TO MY eMail account, 'cause I am not subscribed to this list!



    Thanks a lot


    MfG Mark Vogelsberger

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