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On 02/29/2012 01:01 PM, Mr Dash Four wrote:
> To cut the long story short - I need to find out what part of the
> source code in a given application/process triggers the need for a
> particular SELinux permission - process:setsched,
> capability:setpcap or capability:net_admin for example.
> I am guessing this is all done via appropriate SELInux hooks, but I
> need to find a way to trace that back (stack trace?) to the
> originating code/process, which triggers this. Is there a way I
> could do that? -- selinux mailing list
Questions like this should be asked on the SELinux list.
More likely to get kernel guys to pay attention.
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