SELinux by Example
Source: Slashdot.org - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Documentation The 14 chapters are in turn broadly divided into three parts with the first part containing chapters which provide an overview of SELinux, its background and the concepts behind it. The second part contains 7 chapters which are most useful for SELinux policy writers and contain detailed explanation of the syntax used in writing the policy files. It is the third part, "Creating and Writing SELinux Security Policies" which could be most put to use by system administrators.

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REDHATWritten by nehrusani on 2007-03-16 08:10:26
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