[PATCH] 2.6.26: access permission filesystem 0.21 - Kernel

This is a discussion on [PATCH] 2.6.26: access permission filesystem 0.21 - Kernel ; This patch adds a new permission managing file system. Furthermore, it adds two modules, which make use of this file system. One module allows granting capabilities based on user-/groupid. The second module allows to grant access to lower numbered ports ...

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  1. [PATCH] 2.6.26: access permission filesystem 0.21

    This patch adds a new permission managing file system.
    Furthermore, it adds two modules, which make use of this file system.

    One module allows granting capabilities based on user-/groupid. The
    second module allows to grant access to lower numbered ports based on
    user-/groupid, too.

    Changes:
    - updated to 2.6.26

    This patch is available at:


    Regards, Olaf.
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  2. Re: [PATCH] 2.6.26: access permission filesystem 0.22 (was ... 0.21)

    Olaf Dietsche writes:

    > This patch adds a new permission managing file system.
    > Furthermore, it adds two modules, which make use of this file system.
    >
    > One module allows granting capabilities based on user-/groupid. The
    > second module allows to grant access to lower numbered ports based on
    > user-/groupid, too.
    >
    > Changes:
    > - updated to 2.6.26
    >
    > This patch is available at:
    >


    This is a fix only release, because of my sluttery :-(

    - fixed compile error

    Regards, Olaf.
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