SELinux a replacement for chroot jails?

Michael O'Keefe mokeefe at qualcomm.com
Tue Jul 26 16:43:22 PDT 2005


>>Querying the user and asking "Do you want to proceed anyway (Y/n)?"
>>seems more productive.  Didn't programs _used_ to do that sort of
>>thing?
> 
> That's not the Unix Way(tm).

Yeah, it became annoying to have to pipe '/usr/bin/yes' through 
everything. Then the programmers got even "smarter" and used the 
isatty() call to work out whether they were being piped !!!

Bastards !

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