Re: SELinux patent time bomb?
On 10/11/05, Steve Langasek wrote:
> That's not what /usr/share/doc/libselinux/copyright says on my system.
1. You mean the ``in public domain'' part?
2. Is libselinux the package we are discussing?
Secure Computing Corporation (SCC)
Secure Computing Corporation developed a preliminary security policy
configuration for the system that was used as a starting point for NAI Labs'
configuration. They also developed several new or modified utilities.
I do not have selinux installed, but looks like we need to look into
libselinux/copyright in more detail.
(sorry if formating is bad - I am using the web interface.)