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Audit Filesystem



Hi,

I was trying to create a new kernel with all the latest patches. I ran into 
this error:

+ make ARCH=i386 nonint_oldconfig
.config:2128: trying to assign nonexistent symbol USB_PWC
CONFIG_AUDITFILESYSTEM
make[1]: *** [nonint_oldconfig] Error 1
make: *** [nonint_oldconfig] Error 2

Which makes me wonder why the filesystem auditing piece is a separate compile 
option? Do we want ala carte or a unified audit system? How does the user 
space tools find out what was compiled in?

I would like to suggest we get rid of this config option and make it all run 
as the audit system. Is there any reason to make it configurable?

Thanks,
-Steve Grubb


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