Tomoyo looks really interesting for improving security, but the installation page
NOTE: If you are using... Debian Squeeze and later... you don't need to compile kernel because TOMOYO Linux is already built into their kernels. Adding security=tomoyo to kernel's command line parameters will enable TOMOYO Linux.
- why is there a tomoyo 2.2 package in my repository (and not installed) if it's already included in the kernel?
- Where do I change the kernel's command line parameters?
- What if I want to use the Liquorix kernel?
I did google, but didn't find anything that helped. Any tips appreciated - thanks.
Btw, I have the 2.6.32 kernel (2.6.32-34squeeze1, whatever that means) and also the liquorix kernal installed (choice given at boot). I'm running CrunchBang, which is the same as a minimum install Debian Squeeze but with a custom Openbox desktop.