[rsbac] Boot Role

Jens Kasten jens at kasten-edv.de
Mon Aug 15 23:25:03 CEST 2011

Hi Ali,

your info about RC looks that is not running in softmode.
Only boot a kernel with softmode enabled in the configuration not
automatic boot in softmode.
There is a kernel boot paramter rsbac_softmode.
If you already set it then maybe check the kernel configuration for
rsbac twice. 
More information about which kernel- and rsbac version would helpfull
but not lead automatic to success in this case ;)

In my case i would avoid to use the Boot Role and General Role for all


Am Montag, den 15.08.2011, 12:10 -0700 schrieb ali valizadeh:
> Hello all,
> I have compiled RSBAC kernel with RC and AUTH modules enabled. I could set AUTH policy to boot system with it (RC is in softmode). However I couldn't boot system with RC. I have checked that at boot time /sbin/init contains the Boot Role (999999) as initial_role but the system couldn't boot with the role. There are many "NOT_GRANTED by RC" in processes such as dbus-daemon, avahi-daemon, hal-daemon and others. If init process is the parent of other processes, and RSBAC system support inheritance, why the other processes can't get Boot Role (in my test the role of other processes is General user (0) and I expect it to be Boot Role!)?
> Please help me to boot system with the Boot Role (999999). Thanks in advance for your help.
> Regards,
> Ali
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