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SubjectRe: [PATCH][RFC] security: Convert LSM into a static interface
Quoting Chris Wright (
> * Serge E. Hallyn ( wrote:
> > Sigh, as much as I would *like* to stay out of this (I don't
> > use modules at all on any system where I can avoid it), won't
> > it make development - and especially testing - of new lsms
> > much more painful and therefore less likely?
> Dev, hopefully not. Testing, well, perhaps.
> > I realize there has been a dearth of new LSMs to date, but if
> > for instance a new solaris 10 based capability module were written,
> > well, people would want to be able to
> >
> > rmmod capability
> > modprobe cap_prm
> The problem is it's not necessarily even safe to do rmmod at all.
> And modprobe may require extra labelling, or extra checks for
> unlabelled objects (perhaps not so much for your example).

Right, and given that it's trivial for the author of an LSM which
shouldn't be modular to make the LSM a boolean config rather than
tristate, it doesn't seem like a good reason to take away the
ability to have LSM modules.

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