Securelevels and /dev/io documentation inconsistency
keramida at FreeBSD.org
Wed Jul 12 18:14:46 UTC 2006
On 2006-07-12 20:35, Alexandros Kosiaris <akosiaris at gmail.com> wrote:
>>It looks like it does. Would something like this be satisfactory?
>> 1 Secure mode - the system immutable and system
>> append-only flags may not be turned off; disks for
>> mounted file systems, /dev/mem and /dev/kmem may not be
>> opened for writing and /dev/io (if your platform has it)
>> may not be opened at all; kernel modules (see kld(4))
>> may not be loaded or unloaded.
> Yes it would be. Thank you.
It should be fixed in HEAD now, with this commit:
Revision Changes Path
1.47 +4 -3 src/share/man/man7/security.7
After a short period (3 days or so), if there are no objections,
corrections or other changes by fellow committers, I'll merge the
change to RELENG_6 too.
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