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    SubjectRe: [PATCH][RFC] security: Convert LSM into a static interface

    --- Chris Wright <chrisw@sous-sol.org> wrote:

    > * Casey Schaufler (casey@schaufler-ca.com) wrote:
    > > So, for planning purposes, when ought I expect to have to start
    > > dealing with this?
    >
    > What is your specific concern or use case?

    Just hoping to avoid a change collision. If I have to deal
    with this today it's easy, if it doesn't show up anywhere
    until 2.6.28 I'm breezing, but if it all hits in two weeks I
    have some scrambling and yet another delay to deal with. Not
    your problem, a little information would be helpful though.

    BTW, I reviewed my notes from the early days of LSM and it
    turns out that I agree with the notion that loadable modules
    don't make a whole lot of sense. So long as I can choose
    security models as easily as I can change file systems, I'm
    reasonably happy. That, and that the "default" "regular"
    policy isn't too terribly different from the traditional
    Unix policy.


    Casey Schaufler
    casey@schaufler-ca.com
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