keramida at ceid.upatras.gr
Mon Jan 23 02:43:55 PST 2006
On 2006-01-23 14:52, Joel Hatton <freebsd-questions at auscert.org.au> wrote:
> I may be confused, but istr that man security used to
> document the results of different kernel securelevels; this no
> longer seems to be the case. Is this still documented in the
> base system without recourse to online help? (I'm OK with
> securelevels, btw, I'd just like to know where to point someone
> to this information)
It still does, AFAIK. At least on my 7.0-CURRENT installations
here, the security(7) manpage does. It seems you remember back
when the securelevel documentation was in the init(8) manpage.
This changed a while ago, when the `securelevel' explanation was
moved from init(8) to security(7).
| $ cd /usr/src/share/man/man7
| $ cvs log security.7
| RCS file: /home/ncvs/src/share/man/man7/security.7,v
| Working file: security.7
| head: 1.45
| revision 1.44
| date: 2005/09/03 17:15:59; author: garys; state: Exp; lines: +63 -7
| Moved descriptions of securelevels from init(7) to security(7).
| Files used both "securelevel" and either "secure level" or
| "security level"; all are now "security level".
| PR: docs/84266
| Submitted by: garys
| Approved by: keramida
| MFC after: 3 days
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