On Thu, Jan 15, 2004 at 11:53:07AM -0800, Chris Wright wrote: > + * @sb_kern_mount: > + * Set up the security field in a super_block which has been filled > + * in for use. > + * @sb contains the super_block structure for the filesystem > + * Return 0 if permission is granted The description doesn't make it clear on a first reading if this hook is simply for configuring the security pointer in the super_block structure, or if the hook is to be used solely for authorization purposes, or if the hook should (could?) be used for both. What do you think of the following text? Set up the security field in a super_block and determine if the mount should continue. Thanks -- Outlook users: please do not put my email address in your address book. This way, when you get infected with a virus, my address won't appear in the From: header. Thanks.
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