[ubuntu-hardened] Setting up SELinux on Ubuntu Gutsy 7.10
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Tue Dec 11 06:44:14 GMT 2007
,--[ On Tuesday 11 Dec 2007, Chad Sellers wrote:
| Right now, you can enable SELinux manually one of two ways. The first is to
| swap out upstart for sysvinit. The second is to install the latest
| policycoreutils from upstream and create an initramfs hook in your initrd
| to call the new load_policy -i. Then you have to modify your grub.conf to
| pass selinux=1 on the kernel command line. You probably also want to
| disable loading of the AppArmor kernel module (as SELinux and AppArmor
| can't both be enabled).
Thanks for all the replies. I'll install SELinux on my box in few days.
| Christer is correct that the other problem is the policy. The current
| policies were written for Debian, and don't entirely work on Ubuntu. So,
| the only way to get SELinux enforcing right now is to do a good bit of
| SELinux policy work yourself. Otherwise you'll have to wait a little bit
| till we get a useable policy.
If possible, I'll try my best to write a policy for Ubuntu.
| Chad Sellers
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