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Default The MAC portacl Module

Hi!

I'd like to set security.mac.portacl.rules but my kernel doesn't include it

--$ sysctl security.mac.portacl.rules
sysctl: unknown oid 'security.mac.portacl.rules'


What options i need to add to kernel config file before i recompile kernel
to add support for this mac portacle ?


NOTE: I tried recompile kernel with

Code:
options         MAC
options         MAC_PORTACL
but i fugured out that kernel with this new options is very unstable, when i tried to set security.mac.portacl.rules system immediately crashed down...

Can someone advise me how to properly (which options) i need to add to kernel to support mac portacle ??

Thanks,

Jurif

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