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All the RSBAC code is copyrighted © 1997-2011 by Amon Ott firstname.lastname@example.org (except where explicitly stated otherwise in the code), and published under the GNU General Publishing License v2. Please consult the RSBAC copyright notice for details.
The RSBAC source code depends on original Linux kernel source trees.
Only recent kernels are supported. If you need support for other kernel versions, please give us a note. All source packages have been signed either with Amon Ott’s (GnuPG, PGP) key or kang’s GnuPG key.
Please follow the documentation for installation instructions and user manual.
To protect against buffer overflows, we recommend using Pageexec (PaX) - their patches integrate nicely with RSBAC.
Please remember that your RSBAC admin utilities version should match your RSBAC kernel patch version. You will also need the version specific kernel patch available in the section below, «Kernel patches»
(Released on Tuesday, December 13, 2011)
From RSBAC version 1.4.4 onwards, the RSBAC common archive has been included into the kernel patch.
Pre-patched, supported, and ready to compile kernels. Only contains RSBAC and the usual vanilla Linux kernel
The RSBAC team stopped 2.4 kernel support starting for the 1.4.2 RSBAC release. Only important security bugfixes will be ported and announced here.
Released in February, 2009
Please also have a closer look at the RSBAC ready distributions.
Test RSBAC with a Debian based live CD, or use it on a USB key you can bring everywhere.
It let you to fully test RSBAC functions without having to install it.
Just insert the CD or USB key, and try it out !
These versions are not well tested but usually contain the most up to date RSBAC code
RSBAC is developed with git.
All RSBAC code is kept in the GIT repositories at git://rsbac.org/, the read-only Web interface is available at http://git.rsbac.org/.
Previously, RSBAC was developed using SVN and SVK. The previous repositories can be found at: svn://rsbac.org/ and the read-only Web interface is available at http://svn.rsbac.org/.
The 2.4 Linux kernels are no longer maintained.
You can also get instant tarballs from the most current version through the git Web interface.