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This package provides header files for building your own SELinux policy packages compatible with official policy packages.
It would be useful for most users to be familiar with policycoreutils tools in order to manipulate policies installed on the system. Specifically, it is useful to be familiar with: semodule(8) - Manage SELinux policy modules. load_policy(8) - load a new policy into the kernel -- Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Tue, 9 May 2006 14:07:31 -0500
1) Reference Policy make targets: General Make targets: install-src Install the policy sources into /etc/selinux/NAME/src/policy, where NAME is defined in the Makefile. If not defined, the TYPE, as defined in the Makefile, is used. The default NAME is refpolicy. A pre-existing source policy will be moved to /etc/selinux/NAME/src/policy.bak. conf Regenerate policy.xml, and up more»
POLICYGENTOOL(1) Debian GNU/Linux manual POLICYGENTOOL(1) NAME policygentool - Interactive SELinux policy generation tool SYNOPSIS policygentool [options] <Module Name> <full path for applica‐ tion binary file> DESCRIPTION This tool generate three files for policy development, A Type Enforcement (te) file, a File Context (fc), and a Interface more»
refpolicy (2:0.2.20100524-7+squeeze1) stable; urgency=low * Like the 2:0.2.20100524-8 that was up more»
* Mon May 24 2010 Chris PeBenito <email@example.com> - 2.20100524 - Merged a significant portion of more»
This is the Debian package for the SELinux Reference policy, and it is built from sources obtained f more»