The latest version of the realtime Linux Security Module is now
available in the usual directory, .
This version handles the new concurrent groups mechanism Linus
introduced in 2.6.4. It still works with earlier 2.6 kernels. There
are no functional changes. Unless you are running 2.6.4, there is no
reason to upgrade.
The realtime LSM is an installable kernel module that enables realtime
capabilities for any 2.6.x kernel without needing to directly patch
the kernel. It was written by Torben Hohn and Jack O'Quin, who make
no warranty concerning the safety, security or even stability of your
system when using it. It is provided under the provisions of the GPL.
Thanks to Martin Habets for pointing out this kernel change and then
showing me how to handle it.