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On Fri, 2008-08-08 at 00:21 +1000, Peter Dolding wrote:
> Also TALPA is wrong because its a LSM. LSM are the most powerful
> bits of the OS. LSM are the enforcers of Linux. They are the last
> line of defence for the OS. You have your normal permission systems
> when they fail then its the job of a LSM to pick up the mess.
I've been trying to ignore you, but I just can't any more. Please dear god look at my work before spewing this crap. My work is not an LSM. My work doesn't care about bind mounts, it cares about inodes. My work is not path name based. I'm not sure who you are trying to convince of something here but obviously talking about something you don't know about is not working for you.....
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