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LSM: loadable or static?

LSM: loadable or static?

Posted Oct 25, 2007 14:24 UTC (Thu) by walters (subscriber, #7396)
Parent article: LSM: loadable or static?

Wouldn't virtualization (something lightweight like lguest) work well for security system
developers?


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LSM: loadable or static?

Posted Oct 25, 2007 15:30 UTC (Thu) by jengelh (subscriber, #33263) [Link]

Details about how I have to imagine that? (Perhaps post to LKML, too.)

LSM: loadable or static?

Posted Oct 25, 2007 22:37 UTC (Thu) by jamesm (guest, #2273) [Link]

That has already been suggested at least twice. It takes about the same amount of time to boot a kernel under lguest as it does to load a module. You can script it, as lguest output can be redirected, and don't corrupt the system when your code has a bug. It would be great if people actually followed the discussion.


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