The first SourceForge release of realtime-lsm (0.1.0) now available.
The Realtime Linux Security Module (LSM) is a loadable extension for
Linux 2.6 kernels. It selectively grants realtime permissions to
specific user groups or applications.
There are only a few small differences between this release and the
realtime-0.0.4 version released back in March. If that was working
satisfactorily, there is no need to upgrade. The main purpose of this
release is to take advantage of the services provided by SourceForge.
(*) The module now declares the appropriate kernel vermagic string,
thanks to a patch provided by Guenter Geiger.
(*) Although the SourceForge project name is `realtime-lsm', the
module it builds and installs is still called `realtime' and
supports the same user interface.
This LSM 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. But, if you do have problems, we would like to
know about them via the SourceForge bug tracking system.