Re: [SE/Linux] status / progress report 13jun2004
On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 03:47, Scott James Remnant <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The /bin/rpm binary is linked against libselinux.so and has code to
> > assign the correct security context to each file at creation time. Doing
> > for dpkg what has been done for rpm means putting in SE Linux specific
> > code for file labelling which is not generic, and won't work for other
> > security systems.
> Why can't this just be done in postinst?
Sure it could be done in the postinst, if I could change the postinst file of
every package in Debian and keep the changes up to date...
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