#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 12:19 and 12:27

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jellyraf256: the rest is easy enough and a good measure of added protection ;-)
tarzeaupickcoder: but i want to use the control command "check drive status"
pickcoder: according to http://www.isdaman.com/alsos/hardware/fdc/floppy.htm
raf256jelly: damn I must force self to learn RBAC... why not gather few ppl on weekend and try togeather?
jellycreature: Fedora Core has selinux with rules running by default I think
znhwhat is selinux? second edition :P?
tarzeauznh: security enhanced?
jetscreamersecurity
znhoh :-)
jetscreamerthink 'if you misconfigure it you're fucked'
tarzeauznh: http://www.nsa.gov/selinux/
abrotman!selinux
dpkgi heard selinux is NSA's port to Linux of the FLASK security Architectur, called Security Enhanced Linux. Also it can make your system unbootable if you uninstall it. http://selinux.sourceforge.net/distros/debian.php3
znhnah. if you fucked, then your misconfigured
jellyznh: a set of security enhancements in kernel and glibc providing rule-based access among other things
tarzeaupickcoder: got any hints? i can't believe it's not possible to find out by software if there really is a floppy device attached or not
znhjelly, sounds good
GutterPunkWhen you configure your devices for raid during install, how does one go about this? For example, I'd like to have 3 partitions, one /, one /storage (for backup purposes) and one swap. Do I create 3 partitions on all devices (exactly the same) and use software raid for all 3? Or do I configure the root and swap partition on one device and create an md device with what's left over?
raf256how to increase default font size in xterm
tarzeauraf256: ctrl+rmb
raf256: see, that's why i love terminal.app
znhraf256, decreasing distance to the screen also helps
justinGutterPunk: usually, 3 raid partitions
jellyznh: also check Grsecurity, which has a comparable feature set. Redhat and selinux are very close so there's better support for it in glibc, it's also enabled by default in Fedora. You can also enable it in recent Redhat releases
justinGutterPunk: but you may want to make 1 raid for / and another raid for lvm
jetscreamerooo ctrl+rmb on xterm
znhjelly, are ordinary users recommended to install and configure selinux?
jetscreamerooo mmb too
GutterPunkjustin, so creating 3 md devices, one for /, one for swap and one for storage is a clean layout?
jellyznh: don't think so
jetscreamershit i didn't know it did that
tarzeaujetscreamer: and lmb :)
jetscreameryeh i was about to say
justinGutterPunk: yeah
jellyznh: I'd install Fedora Core if I wanted to play with it, there's already good integration w/ selinux in it
tarzeaujetscreamer: since how many years do you use xterm?
GutterPunkjustin, thanks man
bwlangGutterPunk: consider putting swap in a file on an md... it's a bit simpler
jetscreamertarzeau: i usually used gnome-terminal :/
sohmestradoing a: tcpdump 'tcp[tcpflags] & (tcp-syn & tcp-ack) != 0 and host 192.168.11.100' should get me the 2nd packet of any tcp connection involving the specified host, correct?

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