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[Discuss] ubuntu 14.04 apparmor aa-enforce Traceback


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> Sent: Monday, October 6, 2014 8:52 PM
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> Subject: [Discuss] ubuntu 14.04 apparmor aa-enforce Traceback
> So, I'm kind of amazed there's still no fix for this, that I can find.  I'd like to
> know what you guys think...
> In Ubuntu Server 14.04, straight out of the box (or fully updated), there's a
> massive rash of errors in the apparmor profile files.
> To put all apparmor profiles into enforce mode, the command is:
> sudo aa-enforce /etc/apparmor.d/*
> However, this throws a python Traceback.  The best I can find so far, is to put
> each profile into enforce mode, individually:
> find /etc/apparmor.d -type f -exec sudo aa-enforce "{}" \;
> When I do this, many of the profiles throw errors, and others successfully
> enter enforce mode.
> What are you doing about this on your systems?  (Pls don't waste our time by
> saying "don't use apparmor" unless you're suggesting some other product to
> use for equivalent functionality.)
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