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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] NetLabel: Introduce a new kernel configuration API for NetLabel - For 2.6.24-rc-git11 - Smack Version 10
    Joshua Brindle wrote:
    > Casey Schaufler wrote:
    >> From: Paul Moore <paul.moore@hp.com>
    >>
    >> Add a new set of configuration functions to the NetLabel/LSM API so that
    >> LSMs can perform their own configuration of the NetLabel subsystem
    >> without
    >> relying on assistance from userspace.
    >>
    > I'm still not receiving the actual patch email on lsm (perhaps its too
    > long and should be split up..) so I'll just respond on this email.
    > Using the v10 patches on your website I'm still seeing strange
    > behavior where echo foo > /proc/self/attr/current changes the label of
    > every process on the system to foo (verified with both ps -AZ and cat
    > /proc/1/attr/current).
    >
    Actually I'm getting more strange behavior:

    On terminal 1 I do:
    echo foo > /proc/self/attr/current
    then ps -AZ shows foo for every process
    touch somefile; attr -S -g SMACK64 somefile says foo

    On terminal 2 I do:
    ps -AZ and everything shows up as _
    cat /proc/$pid of bash on term 1/attr/current is _



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