Bug#935307: sysvinit-core: weird access control message during system boot

Dmitry Bogatov KAction at disroot.org
Sat Aug 24 14:36:31 BST 2019

control: close -1

[2019-08-22 21:30] Thorsten Glaser <t.glaser at tarent.de>
> On Thu, 22 Aug 2019, Dmitry Bogatov wrote:
> > $ apt-file find tomoyo-init
> > tomoyo-tools: /sbin/tomoyo-init
> > tomoyo-tools: /usr/share/man/man8/tomoyo-init.8.gz
> Yeah, I don’t have that installed, and don’t want.
> > Interesting. `grep -R tomoyo` returns nothing.
> A grep (over /{,usr/}{bin,lib*,sbin}) of tomoyo-init really finds nothing.
> The string tomoyo is found only in…
> Binary file /bin/udevadm matches
> Binary file /lib/systemd/systemd-udevd matches
> Perhaps it’s a change there? I found nothing in the changelog though…

I think there is nothing can be done sysvinit part. Closing.

You may want to reopen and reassign bug somewhere. systemd=236 upstream
changelog mentions TOMOYO, for what it worth.
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