[rsbac] Newbie question: RSBAC_ENOTINITIALIZED

Christian Praher praher at fim.uni-linz.ac.at
Thu Mar 4 11:37:49 CET 2010

Hi Amon,

thank you very much for your fast reply.

Actually I am using a Ramdisk and re-compiling the Kernel with the 
"Delayed Init"-Flag set to true and the kernel parameter 
rsbac_delayed_root did the trick.

Best regards,


Amon Ott wrote:
> On Wednesday 03 March 2010 wrote Christian Praher:
>> However whenever I want to do something with the admin-tools I get the
> You probably have enabled "Initital Ramdisk Support" in RSBAC kernel config 
> and maybe set a device to initialize on per kernel parameter, but that or 
> another real disk device has not been seen so RSBAC has not been initialized.
> If you have no ramdisk, please disable that switch. If you do, either set the 
> root device with kernel parameter rsbac_delayed_root=major:minor or force 
> init with rsbac_init admin tool during boot after the real root device has 
> been mounted and put in place.
> More info about boot parameters is at 
> http://www.rsbac.org/documentation/rsbac_handbook/appendixes/rsbac_reference/kernel_parameters
> Amon.

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