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[suse-security] Fw: [carstengrohmann@xxxxxx: Re: [suse-security] Linux Security Modules]
Forwarded on behalf of Carsten, because he is not on this list.
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Am Mittwoch, 2. Juli 2003 23:23 schrieb Thomas Bleher:
> Hello Thomas,
> * Thomas Jones <thomas.jones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> [2003-06-29 17:35]:
> > Has anyone implemented LSM into a SuSE box as of yet? I tried a
> > quick text search through the last 6 months or so of the list
> > archive, but found no instance of this topic.
> > I am particularly interested in utilizing the SELinux module.
> > Possibly LIDS as well.
> Yes, Carsten Grohmann has been maintaining SELinux-rpms for SuSE
> for a while now. They can be found at his site
> These are definitely worth a look because SELinux needs some
> patching of core-utilities, which is some work if you do it
> yourself as the SuSE-packages may differ significantly from the
> vanilla-packets (added functionality, patched etc)
> I haven't found the time to test Carsten's packets yet, so I
> can't say much more. I have cc'ed Carsten, maybe he wants to
> comment further on his work and the status of SELinux on SuSE.
The packages on www.securityenhancedlinux.de are older versions.
This day I've not enough time to build new packages. There are a
lot of differences between the original Red Hat based SELinux
patches and the SuSE packages.
I use the SELinux packages on my SuSE and it runs fine. If I ignore
some problem the new selinux 2.4.20 kernel on SuSE. I don't like
the original SuSE kernel with the lot of backports :-(
If anybody like, we can build newer packages.
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