I can confirm that with apparmor installed that in 11.1, one can in addition install dazuko and the dazuko kernel module with out getting an error (as in earlier versions). (prior, I had to remove apparmor in order to install dazuko).
Just did it;)
PS: redirfs is not in any of the repos that I have up; maybe “webpin”
Thanks for your response, the redirfs reference was i believe the alternative method for getting dazuko to load since the LSM interface was used by Apparmor and closed to further modules (please forgive if i’m stating this incorrectly, i am only speaking from unconfirmed research). This alternative method for v11 is discussed in the bug report mentioned previously and is on the build service. Ms. Ann Miller appears to be a very knowledgable asset in my opinion.
I’m am glad to hear that it has caused no problems for you, and curious if you are using an antivirus scan-on-open/close feature using clamav or antivir (and version). Any comment?
This AM, I set up Klamav to autoscan all my email inboxes in realtime; it asked for my root password & auto loaded the dazuko module; worked with no problems (I already had it setup with Kmail (not autoscan).
Later, when I reboot, I’ll send myself the Eclair (spelling?) test virus (may have to find it) and test the setup.
So your isp refuses to cooperate with your test case… imagine that… :).
Last inquiry and i’ll leave this for now unless updating goes poorly… it was mentioned in the bugreport that clamav .94.X had a bug in clamuko and that the remedy was to go back to .93 (which i believe had some security holes, hence the rapid new releases). This was during the process of working on the problem and could have been unimportant after the situation was understood clearly. I’d assume you are using the most recent clamav .94.2 ? possible connection between it and the failure to shutdown thru klamav?
in any event, moving to 11.1 eliminates the major hurtle of compatibilty, even if some other work is required.
Thanks for your feedback, snakedriver, much appreciated here.