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MinorFs

MinorFS combines a small set of cooperating userspace filesystems for Linux that provide private storage to pseudo persistent processes. This allows programs that are run by a user to keep some data safe from all potential malware that runs with all this users' privileges. It further implements simple password capabilities as a way to explicitly share access with other processes or users.

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  •  11 Jan 2009 13:43

Release Notes: The focus of this release is to provide better cooperation with and simpler usage on AppArmor-based Linux distributions. This release adds generic AppArmor profiles for minorfs aware-tools, AppArmor profiles, and hard links for a least authority integrity confined version of bash. It fixes some problems with the installation script. This release has been tested to install and run on Ubuntu 8.10 and openSUSE 11.1.

  •  20 Jul 2008 17:47

Release Notes: The command line parameter in the etc/minorfs/*.xml files was interpreted with its value inverted. This is now fixed, and an example config file has been added for the e-language in order to promote the usage of MinorFs with the persistence features of this ocap programming language.

  •  10 Jul 2008 20:26

Release Notes: The 0.3.2 version was tested only on SUSE 10.3. This release includes fixes for problems running MinorFs on a few other distributions. It has been confirmed to run on SUSE 10.3, SUSE 11.0, and Debian etch.

  •  07 Jul 2008 13:49

Release Notes: Two bugs in the install script were fixed. If you are running 0.3.0, the folowing two actions will fix the problem: cp 2rulethemall /usr/local/bin; chmod 755 /mnt/minorfs

  •  06 Jul 2008 23:35

Release Notes: The internal design and low level storage have been updated. The design has been updated to allow for user level administration.

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