Re: SE Linux packages
Russell Coker wrote:
> On Tuesday 29 July 2008 15:56, Luk Claes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Russell Coker wrote:
>>> When will the new SE Linux policy packages (selinux-policy-default and
>>> selinux-policy-mls) and the packages they depend on hit testing?
>>> I'm getting hassled by some important people who are interested in Debian
>>> SE Linux about why Lenny is all broken at the moment.
>>> There is no reason for the packages in question to stay any longer in
>>> unstable as the ones that they replace are quite unusable and I don't
>>> plan any changes.
>> age-days set to 5 days for refpolicy and policycoreutils
> Thanks for that.
> Also I've just had to do another upload of the policy, a few tweaks that I
> thought I had already uploaded as well as depending on libsepol1 (which is
> quite crucial).
> I would appreciate it if you could permit the new policy to go into testing in
> the 5 day period as well as the libsepol1 package.
libsepol unblocked. refpolicy set to age-days 5.