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SubjectRe: Capabilities

> > > Now, with all of that being said, if you don't want the full
> > > POSIX model, it's probably easier to simply leave things the way they
> > > are right now, and not try to put anything in the filesystem. Just
> >
> > I'd like to see elfcap in kernel ;-). That gives verifiable way to
> > know that process drops its capabilities.
> Not workable. We would also nead coffcap, javacap, scriptcap, etc. We really
> need to store the capabilities in the filesystem(s).

Well, maybe it is better than requiring ext2cap, reiserfscap, vfatcap,
isocap, udfcap and nfscap :-).
The best software in life is free (not shareware)! Pavel
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