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From: Tetsuo Handa <from-tomoyo-users-en-JPay3/Yim36HaxMnTkn67Xf5DAMn2ifp <at> public.gmane.org>
Subject: [tomoyo-users-en 112] TOMOYO Linux version 1.7.1 released.
Newsgroups: gmane.linux.tomoyo.user.english
Date: Wednesday 11th November 2009 13:01:56 UTC (over 7 years ago)
Hello.

I released TOMOYO Linux 1.7.1 .

ccs-patch-1.7.1-20091111.tar.gz  MD5:1111c8e7697a3cf5008dedefd3b89c85
ccs-tools-1.7.1-20091111.tar.gz  MD5:7777bc0efdfa0659a90fbeab4dd73635

This release includes patches for vanilla 2.6.32-rc6 / Ubuntu 9.10 / Fedora
12
/ OpenSuSE 11.2 / Vine Linux 5.0 etc.

Please see
http://sourceforge.jp/projects/tomoyo/lists/archive/users-en/2009-November/000110.html
for major changes. One of the biggest changes is that TOMOYO 1.7.1 supports
recursive directory matching. Also, TOMOYO 1.7.1 became easier to use with
embedded systems (e.g. Android).



Many bugs were fixed in TOMOYO 1.7.1 . Thus, I start providing binary
packages
at http://sourceforge.jp/projects/tomoyo/releases/?package_id=10270
.

TOMOYO is using kernel build scripts for custom flavours which existed in
Ubuntu 7.10 and 8.04. Therefore, in Ubuntu 8.10 and later, you get a
package
conflict problem (linux-headers package from TOMOYO project contains
modifications by TOMOYO, whereas the same package from Ubuntu does not)
when
you want to build kernel modules. I succeeded to confine modifications by
TOMOYO to local header packages (linux-headers-ccs package) by modifying
kernel
build scripts. Now, you can install linux-headers/linux-libc-dev packages
from
Ubuntu and linux-image-ccs/linux-headers-ccs packages from TOMOYO project
without package conflicts.



Just for demonstrating what TOMOYO 1.7.1 can do, I uploaded an example
policy
for Ubuntu 9.10 server (from boot till login) at
http://tomoyo.sourceforge.jp/cgi-bin/lxr/source/ubuntu-9.10-ccs-1.7.1/?v=policy-sample
.
This example policy was generated from audit logs instead of automatically
appending via learning mode. TOMOYO can check uid/gid/argv[]/envp[] etc. if
you
wish so.



Thanks.
 
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