SELinux from scratch

Monday, 15 May 2006, 1:17 PM EST

SELinux, the U.S. National Security Agency's implementation of mandatory access control, is the most prominent new security subsystem in Linux®. It comes installed by default in Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux and is available in easy-to-install packages in other distributions. This article shows you how to convert a non-SELinux system by hand in order to expose details about how SELinux is integrated into a system.

At IBM developerWorks.

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