On 2007-06-22T07:53:47, Stephen Smalley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
That's an interesting claim, however I don't think it holds. AA was
designed to mediate file access in a form which is intuitive to admins.
It's to be expected that it doesn't directly apply to mediating other
forms of access.
I seem to think that this is not what AA is trying to do, so evaluating
it in that context doesn't seem useful. It's like saying a screw driver
isn't a hammer, so it is useless because you have a nail.
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