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Date:      05 Oct 2000 10:41:14 -0400
From:      Lowell Gilbert <lowell@world.std.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: running X on 4.1.1
Message-ID:  <44ya03wdth.fsf@lowellg.ne.mediaone.net>
In-Reply-To: rnera@optushome.com.au's message of "5 Oct 2000 14:49:44 +0200"
References:  <000001c02ed2$e4742280$0200a8c0@rivrw1.nsw.optushome.com.au>

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rnera@optushome.com.au (Ryan Nera) writes:

> I've just installed 4.1.1 and selected the highest level of security
> 
> In rc.conf
> 
> The kernelsecuritylevel is set to 2 and turned ON
> 
> I've been having problems getting X to start with this level of security...
> basically I cant run X
> 
> My questions can I have this High level of security and still be able to run
> X windows on my system?

You can run X before you raise the securelevel.

X servers require direct access to system memory, which is a feature
that obviously isn't compatible with the concept of high
securelevels.  


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