[ubuntu-hardened] SeLinux installation
yossiozani at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 10:44:37 GMT 2008
It seems that "selinux=1" was missing from the file */proc/cmdline* file
After adding "selinux=1" to the file it seems that selinux is enabled (by
On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 8:13 PM, Jeronimo Zucco <JCZucco at ucs.br> wrote:
> Take a look in
> Citando yossi ozani <yossiozani at gmail.com>:
> > Hi All...
> > I decided to install selinux on my ubuntu 8.04 desktop, but no success.
> > I am trying, for 2 days, to install selinux on m*y ubuntu 8.04*, but
> > time I failed again.
> > I install selinux and all the available packages:* libselinux1,
> > policycoreutils, selinux-utils, coreutils, procps, sysvinit, dpkg,
> > libpam-modules, cron, selinux-basics*
> > 1) After installation I reboot, and after it when I run the command, *
> > sestatus* it tell me that the selinux is *disabled*.
> > 2) in the file* /etc/selinux/config *file the selinux in in "enforcing"
> > mode.
> > 3) when I run selinux command like *newrole* in tell me: *Sorry, newrole
> > be used only on a SELinux kernel*
> > *Note*: the operation above are the only changes that i made.
> > *Please* if you have any idea why its not working, or what did you do to
> > make it work I *will appreciate it a lot*.
> Jeronimo Zucco
> LPIC-1 Linux Professional Institute Certified
> Universidade de Caxias do Sul - NPDU
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