2012-12-25 11:14:39 UTC
A new version of CaitSith supports various conditions which were rejected as
invalid until previous versions. With this update, I hope that CaitSith became
flexible enough to actually try.
Also, as a preparation step for proposing CaitSith for inclusion into mainline,
although experimental and only compile tested, CaitSith can now be built as a
LKM-based LSM module like AKARI. Well, I repeat: Experimental and only compile
tested. Also, unfortunately, LKM-based AKARI and LKM-based CaitSith cannot be
run in parallel due to insufficient LSM hooks.
ccs-patch / akari / caitsith-patch tarballs have been updated. These tarballs
include support for Linux 3.8-rc1.
Please let me know if you found any problems.
ccs-patch-1.8.3-20121225.tar.gz MD5: 3333459c47cacd9d221c40cc1079bc3b
akari-1.0.29-20121225.tar.gz MD5: 99997f4a79f1b9a3930fb3d8f434623e
caitsith-patch-0.1-20121225.tar.gz MD5: 00008d5284fce530c4cd6418695dc651