Howto: Redhat Enterprise Linux SELinux policy guide

Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is a Linux mandatory access controls, through the use of Linux Security Modules (LSM) in the Linux kernel. SELinux is enabled by default in RHEL 5 / CentOS 5 / Fedora etc. But many admin disabled it due to troubles and hard configuration options. So if you are afraid of SELinux, try new GUI tools to customizing your systemÒ€ℒs protection by creating new policy modules is easier than ever. In this article, Dan Walsh gently walks you through the policy module creation process:

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A lot of people think that building a new SELinux policy is magic, but magic tricks never seem quite as difficult once you know how they’re done. This article explains how I build a policy module and gives you the step-by-step process for using the tools to build your own.

=> A step-by-step guide to building a new SELinux policy module

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  • name Aug 27, 2007 @ 10:38

    your tips i m using for 1 month but sir give me your contact id so i can ask some question that i m not able to solve.ok
    bye
    have a nice day.

  • πŸ›‘οΈ Vivek Gite (Author and Admin) nixCraft Aug 27, 2007 @ 11:03

    I don’t provide service to end users and individuals. Please use our forum to ask questions.

  • Mani Ezhilan Sep 22, 2007 @ 16:57

    Trying to learn and configure the facts of linux

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