Writing policy for confined SELinux users

Thursday, 3 July 2008, 1:30 AM EST

The SELinux management environment (system-config-selinux) has been updated and includes the ability to build customized SELinux policy modules for the confinement of users.

Remember, this tool is just a wizard–it helps create a framework for building policy. You can then use tools like audit2allow or the package eclipse-slide for further editing of the policy. This will give you a good head start.

At Red Hat Magazine.

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