On Thu, 14 Feb 2008, Adam Jackson wrote:
On Thu, 2008-02-14 at 11:09 -0500, Eric Paris wrote:
> Looks like rawhide kernels now have the CONFIG_SECURITY_MMAP_MIN_ADDR
> Kconfig option. In the past I tried to get this enabled by default
> using sysctl, a fedora kernel patch, and now I've got the Kconfig option
> in the upstream kernel. Lets set this equal to 65536. I've been
> running with this setting on my F8 laptop for some time and haven't seen
> any problems (although I do know that dosemu may be an issue for both of
> the people in the world who use it, there also may be some virt issues
> that I don't know about but which can be very quickly and easily sorted
Ack from me. Both X and vbetool use x86emu instead of vm86 in F9, so I
don't need vm86 mode to work.
Looks like SELinux policy provides the mmap_zero perm to 'xserver', which
bypasses the check, and we should not need this now.
James Morris <jmorris(a)namei.org>