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    SubjectRe: [BK PATCH] LSM changes for 2.5.59
    [it would be really nice if you at least Cc'ed me when replying to my mails..
    *sigh*]

    On Thu, Feb 06, 2003 at 05:16:39PM +0000, David Wagner wrote:
    > Christoph Hellwig wrote:
    > >Well, selinux is still far from a mergeable shape and even needed additional
    > >patches to the LSM tree last time I checked. This think of submitting hooks
    > >for code that obviously isn't even intende to be merged in mainline is what
    > >I really dislike, and it's the root for many problems with LSM.
    >
    > You keep bringing up SELinux. Maybe you dislike SELinux; I don't know.
    > In any case, LSM is not there just to support SELinux. It's intended
    > to support a broad range of security modules and security policies.
    > LSM is bigger than just SELinux.

    I bring up selinux because it's the only module in the lsm patches that I
    consider more than just a bunch of hacks. So, no it's not a dislike but
    they only thing I actually consider worth mentioning.

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