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templates: extend support for Project Treble ODM partitions #4

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commented Sep 13, 2018

This is the bare minimum required for devices using the
/odm partition and subdirectory scheme, like the Sony Loire
platform of devices (Xperia X) to run click applications.

Extending by other packaging mechanisms (....snap) might require upstream
communication, but it's not a necessity to properly account for
device specific integration and extension of default AppArmor access rules.
Sooner or later we might have to change defaults due to the nature of device-specific quirks.

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templates: extend support for Project Treble ODM partitions
This is the bare minimum required for devices using the
/odm partition and subdirectory scheme, like the Sony Loire
platform of devices (Xperia X).
templates: append /odm library paths to sdk and webapp policies
Extend ubuntu-webapp and ubuntu-sdk Ubuntu Click Package AppArmor policies to include libraries from /odm/lib{,64} as well.
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commented Sep 14, 2018

Long-term I'd suggest adding the /odm library partitions to the apparmors "abstraction/base". If the directories can be included from /system/halium that would additionally allow to load device-specific permission overrides.

@UniversalSuperBox UniversalSuperBox merged commit 105c834 into ubports:xenial Mar 18, 2019

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commented Mar 18, 2019

Shouldnt there be changes in 16.04 files also?

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commented Mar 18, 2019

Most files are symlinks to the older files.

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