On Thu, 2007-03-29 at 12:35 -0400, James Morris wrote:
On Thu, 29 Mar 2007, Eric Paris wrote:
> Right before FC6 we turned off CONFIG_SECURITY_NETWORK_XFRM since there
> was a lot of development still going on in that areas especially
> concerning secid reconciliation between that and secmark. The
> reconciliation work was killed upstream and XFRM labeling has been
> worked on upstream and has been tested by the LSPP group for quite some
> time now with success.
> I'd like to get both of them turned back on so Fedora users can make use
> of xfrm labeled networking.
I definitely think it needs to be enabled, and I don't think it should
impact any normal users (you need to specially configure ipsec for
anything to happen).
Do we have the userland patches for racoon etc. in Fedora ?
I just checked and the rawhide ipsec tools appear to have all of the
patches the could be needed for labeled net to work. I see no reason
this couldn't be turned on in both FC6 and devel.