Re: systrace in debian
Well, I understand that systrace is a little more lightweight, and
easier to configure.
So I (and others I think) would still be interested in having systrace
included in debian.
But I cannot tell how much effort that is, which was also part of my question.
On 10/21/05, Gustavo Franco <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 10/21/05, Stephan Wehner <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I'm wondering about having
> > systrace
> > available in debian. All I could find is it used to be available in
> > unstable, but is now orphaned with Thorsten Sauter being the last
> > maintainer. Debian is mentioned at
> > http://www.citi.umich.edu/u/provos/systrace/linux.html
> > but that doesn't seem to be looked after (broken link)
> > Are there other problems besides time? How much effort is it? Is it
> > not a big gap in debian?
> Hi Stephan,
> We had systrace in Debian but the related packages were orphaned a
> while ago and it was removed because nobody cared to maintain the
> packages. If you're interested in a replacement, there's a ongoing
> effort to add selinux support for etch.
>  = http://bugs.debian.org/289539
> Best regards,
> Gustavo Franco -- <firstname.lastname@example.org>