Take a look in /usr/share/SELinux at the README.
Many of the item there have been taken care of. For example the kernels from
rawhide have been built with SELinux configured and the example policy had
been built as well.
There is a web page (from the Fedora main page) under projects for SELinux
and of course there is www.nsa.gov/selinux
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Josh Boyer
Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 9:43 PM
Subject: Re: How to help with SELinux
On Friday 27 February 2004 11:21 am, Elliot Lee wrote:
Since FC2t2 was just delayed due to SELinux, no doubt you're
"How do I help with SELinux hacking so I can get my hands on test2?"
The simplest way is to install from rawhide, use the system in as many
ways as you can, and file bug reports against the 'policy' package for any
'avc: denied' messages that show up in the system logs.
is there any HOWTOs on how to get SELinux running? i installed all the
*policy* packages from rawhide, but i really have no clue as to what else to
do. any tips you can give a new guy on how to convert an existing system to
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