KernelTrap: Secure Computing For 2.6
Jul 07, 2004, 04:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Andrea Arcangeli presented a 'secure computing' patch for the
2.6.7 stable Linux kernel, asking people to review it and to look
for holes. Evidently referring to the as-of-yet veiled CPUShare,
Andrea explains, 'I need this new kernel feature for a spare time
research project I'm developing [on] the weekends,' which at first
glance looks to be a cooperative clustering solution.
"2.6 maintainer Andrew Morton responded mostly favorably to the
small patch, 'of course, yes, the patch is sufficiently safe and
simple for it to be mergeable in 2.6, if this is the way we want to
do secure computing...'"