At bde's request, I moved kern.suser_permitted to kern_prot.c and
accidentally also trimmed kern.securelevel. I just committed it back into
kern_mib.c. Please let me know if there are further problems.
That said, I'm a little puzzled as to where securelevel is being defined
-- a bunch of stuff depends on the variable and yet my test build
succeeded without it in there. And you go that far also -- far enough to
boot rather than have the linking fail.
On Tue, 6 Jun 2000, Andrey A. Chernov wrote:
> Now init always complains:
> init: cannot get kernel security level: No such file or directory
> It is because KERN_SECURELVL define still present in /sys/sysctl.h but
> gone from kern_mib.c
> Moreover, even define is gone from kern_mib.c, sysctl_kern_securelvl()
> function is still there!
> Please clean up the mess.
> Andrey A. Chernov
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