And what requirements would those be? Seriously, I've done
Common Criteria and TCSEC evaluations on systems with less
flexibility and granularity than Smack that included X, NFSv3,
NIS, clusters, and all sorts of spiffy stuff. I mean, if the
requirement is anything short of "runs SELinux" I have good
reason to believe that a Smack based system is up to it.
Cool. SELinux provides one approach to dealing with that, and the
huge multiuser general purpose machine chuck full of legacy software
hits the SELinux sweet spot.
Sounds like more of what SELinux is good for.