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SubjectRe: [AppArmor 01/41] Pass struct vfsmount to the inode_create LSM hook

> >> Average users are not supposed to be writing security policy. To be
> >> honest, even average-level system administrators should not be
> >> writing security policy.
> That explains so much! "SELinux: you're too dumb to use it, so just keep
> your hands in your pockets." :-)
> AppArmor was designed to allow your average sys admin to write a
> security policy. It makes different design choices than SELinux to
> achieve that goal. As a result, AppArmor is an utter failure when
> compared to SELinux's goals, and SELinux in turn is an utter failure
> when compared to AppArmor's goals.

I'd not be that sure. SELinux can read AA config files, with some
performance problems and bad problems with new files.

I bet solving the 'new files' problem is not going to take 20% of AA's
(cesky, pictures)
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