[ubuntu-hardened] SELinux support in upstart

Chad Sellers chad at thesellers.net
Sun Mar 18 03:02:03 GMT 2007

I just checked out the status of SELinux in Ubuntu for the first time  
in a while by looking at Feisty Herd 5. It looks like much of the  
userspace tool support is present, as much of this is pulled from  
Debian etch. The one big hole remaining seems to be SELinux support  
in upstart. I realize you can switch back to sysvinit to get SELinux  
support, but that's clearly not desirable in the long term. Have you  
guys looked at adding SELinux support to upstart? Do you think this  
would be well received upstream?

Chad Sellers

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