[rsbac] Debian packages for rklogd and rsbac-admin?

ghorvath at minolta.hu ghorvath at minolta.hu
Thu Apr 17 14:10:31 MEST 2003


I refreshed my test system and rsbac-klogd works flawlessly now. Finally I 
used links for freeswan. Thanks for the support.

Thanks for the great job you are doing with Trusted Debian. 
By the way Amon, May I ask whether some documentation /with some example 
if possible, hmm? ;-) /for MS, RES is available or not? I am sorry but I 
couldn't find anything on the RSBAC home page.

Kind regards,

Gabor Horvath
ghorvath at minolta.hu

Peter Busser <peter at trusteddebian.org>
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2003.04.14 15:20
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> TrustedDebian is great. I started getting familiar with it and it would 
> a pleasure for me to test 'side' packages like rklogd.

Well, Trusted Debian v0.9.3 is available and it contains new rsbac 
The kernel now includes the ACL module and there is a rsbac-klogd package 
well as rsbac-dev and rsbac-doc packages.

> To get off the topic for a moment:
> May I suggest to modify freeswan to place its config files under 
> /etc/ipsec.d/ ? In that case someone, working with it, does not have to 
> take care of its rights it's enough to set some RC_Type_FD to 
> /etc/ipsec.d. Or perhaps they should be left where they are just no to 
> confuse people got used to it. What is your opinion? Instead of it I 
> should place symlinks to them in /etc/ and move them to /etc/ipsec.d ?

I don't think that is a good idea. I use the FreeS/WAN package from Debian
unstable and it would cost too much time to modify it. I think you can 
that file the same rights as the other files. Or create a symlink.

> By the way, trusted debian is a great job indeed. Thanks for it.

Thank you for using it and providing feed-back.

Peter Busser
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