Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 121225
SELinux FAQ - LSM not defined
Last modified: 2007-04-18 13:06:14 EDT
Description of change/FAQ addition. If a change, include the original
text first, then the changed text:
Don't know if you saw this one from fedora-test-list, but I thought
I'd pass it on:
From: Laurent GUERBY <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Minor enhancement for core/development/i386/RELEASE-NOTES-en.html
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2004 12:17:16 +0200
The release notes take great care to define all acronyms, however
it looks like one got through:
What is SELinux?
SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) in Fedora Core is an implementation of
Mandatory Access Control (MAC) in the Linux kernel using LSM.
LSM is not explained, google says Linux Security Module
Version-Release of FAQ: selinux-faq-1.0-6 (2004-04-08-T16:20-0800)
Change included in 1.0-7. Thanks for the catch and bugzilling. Will
close when -7 is released.
Uh, "bugzilling"??? That's some disturbing verbation there... ;-)
Actually available in 1.1.