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SubjectRe: a newbie with the kernel--a few questions
On 16/06/06, Alistair John Strachan <s0348365@sms.ed.ac.uk> wrote:
> > At 09:12 PM 6/15/2006 -0600, you wrote:
> > >OK, I am pretty good with c. My goal here is... Well, when a user types
> > > who, I don't want it to work, unless its root. (easy to change) but I
> > > want some security like that in the kernel. Also, I want to limit it to
> > > when the user types ps, they can't get everyone's processes, but jsut
> > > there own, unless of course, they are root.
> > >Thanks,
>
> Might also be worth looking at patches like GrSecurity which make general
> policy changes (such as these) and are well tested and robust.
>

Isn't this already doable with SELinux ?

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