Re: selinux-basics (0.3.3+nmu2)
I stuffed up nmu2 and have just uploaded nmu3 to unstable. I didn't include
one of the scripts in the files list.
On Monday 04 August 2008 07:26, Russell Coker <email@example.com> wrote:
> Please include my latest NMU of selinux-basics in Lenny. The new scripts
> selinux-activate, selinux-policy-upgrade, and postfix-nochroot will make SE
> Linux significantly easier to install. It will also significantly increase
> the end-user reliability of systems running SE Linux as it will reduce the
> possibility for mistakes by the sys-admin.
> Relabelling /etc/mtab unconditionally has no down-side and stops a number
> of annoying corner cases.
> Rebooting after an autorelabel (which happens during the very early stages
> of system boot - well before multi-user mode) removes one step from the SE
> Linux installation process and makes it easier for new users. It's the
> only change to existing functionality.
> selinux-basics (0.3.3+nmu2) unstable; urgency=high
> * gdm doesn't need pam_selinux.so, but wdm does.
> * Added selinux-policy-upgrade script
> * Added postfix-nochroot script
> -- Russell Coker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mon, 04 Aug 2008 07:20:18 +1000
> selinux-basics (0.3.3+nmu1) unstable; urgency=high
> * Non-maintainer upload.
> * Added selinux-activate script to handle all aspects of configuring
> systems to run SE Linux.
> * Made /etc/init.d/selinux-basics reboot after performing an autorelabel
> operation, also made it relabel /etc/mtab unconditionally as it often
> gets mislabeled.
> * Added an extra new-line for readability when relabeling.
> -- Russell Coker <email@example.com> Fri, 01 Aug 2008 09:31:04 +1000
> PS How long before things totally freeze? I still have one update to the
> SE Linux policy that is needed to get everything working well.
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