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On Tue, 2007-09-11 at 16:31 -0400, Daniel J Walsh wrote: [...]
> One other feature/requirement would be to not override dontaudit rules.
> So if I have a domain in permissive mode and I have a dontaudit rule on
> reading /etc/shadow. The app should still be denied reading
> /etc/shadow. (This is not a show stopper, but would allow us to force
> apps to take the code paths they will take in enforcing mode.)
This isn't specific to per-domain permissive, right? It would be useful in general for permissive.
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