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SubjectRe: Filesystem Capabilities in 2.6?
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In article <Pine.LNX.4.44.0211021754180.2300-100000@home.transmeta.com> you wrote:
> So I'd suggest _not_ attaching that capability to the sendmail binary
> itself, or to any inode number of that binary. A binary is a binary is a
> binary - it's just the data. Instead, I'd attach the information to the
> directory entry, either directly (ie the directory entry really has an
> extra field that lists the capabilities) or indirectly (ie the directory
> entry is really just an "extended symlink" that contains not just the path
> to the binary, but also the capabilities associated with it).
If you modify the object you need to find all attached labels to downgrade
it's capabilities. Therefore you need to find a way from the object to the
capabilities stored in various entries.

Greetings
Bernd
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