On Fri, 2004-05-14 at 11:57, Andy Lutomirski wrote:
Thanks -- turning brain back on, SELinux is obviously better than any
fine-grained capability scheme I can imagine.
So unless anyone convinces me you're wrong, I'll stick with just
fixing up capabilities to work without making them finer-grained.
Great, thanks. Fixing capabilities to work is definitely useful and
desirable. Significantly expanding them in any manner is a poor use of
limited resources, IMHO; I'd much rather see people work on applying
SELinux to the problem and solving it more effectively for the future.