Systrace and SELinux (14 Jun 2003)
- The last nation on Earth gets TV - "almost 50% of the children watch for up to 12 hours a day"
- Law Lords gone and Lord Chancellor abolished after 1400 years
- Public Domain Postcard
I installed a system with systrace and SELinux, but I haven't had time to play about with them much yet. SELinux, from first looks, seems very complex - probably too complex for most uses. Systrace, however, is small and sweet. I've not looked at how it's implemented yet, but I suspect it might have quite a system call overhead, however. Will have to benchmark it.
Saw Chicane live and he/they performed quite a lot of their new album which was very impressive. It was their old stuff which got the crowd going though. 16 18" drivers in a small venue hitting resonance is quite awe-ful*.
* - that's awe-ful not awful - which is defined as meaning what awful used to mean.
Coming up this week is O'Reilly's 25th anniversary (possibly just O'Reilly UK's 25 actually, now I come to think about it) and I get a free boat trip on Thursday to celebrate.