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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Add SELinux module to 2.5.74-bk1
On Thu, Jul 03, 2003 at 01:44:55PM -0400, Stephen Smalley wrote:
> The patch against 2.5.74-bk1 available from
> adds the
> SELinux module to the tree and modifies the security/Makefile and
> security/KConfig files for SELinux. The last dependency for SELinux,
> the vm_enough_memory security hook, was included in -bk1. Please
> consider applying. Thanks. diffstat output is below.


1) "selinux" is a poor toplevel directory. We already have the toplevel
"security" directory, this code should go in there.

2) stick includes in the standard include/ directory. I would suggest
include/security (if the headers are general) or

3) I wonder if the kernel should have a generic hash table ADT?


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