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 +== Guides ==
 +* [ SELinux]
 +* [ Managing Confined Services]
== FAQs and Documentation == == FAQs and Documentation ==
-[ SELinux Tools] (canonical list with explanations)+[ SELinux for Everyday Users] (Slides by Paul Wayper)
-[ Fedora 11 SELinux User Guide]+[ SELinux for SysAdmins] (Slides by Paul Wayper)
-[ Managing SELinux confined services] (draft)+[ SELinux Tools] (canonical list with explanations)
[ NSA SELinux FAQ] [ NSA SELinux FAQ]
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[ Multi-Category Security in SELinux in Fedora Core 5] by Russell Coker. [ Multi-Category Security in SELinux in Fedora Core 5] by Russell Coker.
-== Mailing lists ==+[ Configuring the SELinux Policy]
-[ NSA SELinux mailing list] [ (Unofficial searchable list archive)]+[[ObjectClassesPerms | Object Classes and Permissions descriptions]]
-[ Fedora SELinux mailing list] [ (Fedora SELinux list archive)]+== Mailing lists and IRC ==
-[ Debian SELinux announcement mailing list] [ (Debian SELinux announcement list archive)]+[[User_Help | Mailing lists and IRC channels]]
-[ Debian SELinux devel mailing list] [ (Debian SELinux devel list archive)]+== Blogs ==
-[ Debian SELinux user mailing list] [ (Debian SELinux user list archive)]+* [ SELinux Community News]
- +* [ Planet SELinux] - Aggregates all of the blogs below (plus some more)
-[ Gentoo Hardened mailing list] [ (Gentoo Hardened list archive)] +** [ Dan Walsh]
- +** [ Dominick Grift]
-[ Ubuntu Hardened mailing list] [ (Ubuntu Hardened list archive)]+** [ Eric Paris]
- +** [ James Morris]
-[ OpenSolaris FMAC mailing list] [ (OpenSolaris FMAC list archive)]+** [ Joshua Brindle]
- +** [ Paul Moore]
-[ Tresys SELinux Reference Policy development mailing list] [ (Tresys SELinux Reference Policy development list archive)]+
- +
-== IRC ==+
- +
-[irc:// channel #selinux]+
- +
-[irc:// channel #fedora-selinux]+
== Websites == == Websites ==
[ Russian Fedora SELinux Wiki] [ Russian Fedora SELinux Wiki]
-[ SELinux Community News] 
-[ Planet SELinux] 
[ NSA SELinux website] [ NSA SELinux website]
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[ runcon(1)] [ runcon(1)]
 +[ restorecond(8)]
system-config-selinux system-config-selinux
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[ ypbind_selinux(8)] [ ypbind_selinux(8)]
 +== Topics ==
 +[[SELinux_models|SELinux security models and concepts]]

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[edit] Guides

[edit] FAQs and Documentation

SELinux for Everyday Users (Slides by Paul Wayper)

SELinux for SysAdmins (Slides by Paul Wayper)

SELinux Tools (canonical list with explanations)


Fedora SELinux FAQ

Reference policy documentation

NSA SELinux documentation

Tresys SELinux resources

Understanding SELinux memory protection controls

Explanation of text relocations and a description of how to find the reason and how to fix them

Portuguese Documentation Hardening Linux Usando Controle de Acesso Mandatório

SELinux Booleans Documentation at the Centos Wiki

Writing policy for confined SELinux users Red Hat Magazine article by Dan Walsh.

Fedora 9 and summit preview: Confining the user with SELinux Red Hat Magazine article by Dan Walsh.

What's new in SELinux for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Red Hat Magazine article by Dan Walsh.

A step by step guide to building a new SELinux policy module Red Hat Magazine article by Dan Walsh.

What is Security-Enhanced Linux? Red Hat Magazine article by Russell Coker.

Secure Linux containers cookbook by Serge Hallyn of IBM.

Role-based access control in SELinux: Learn your way around this admin-friendly security administration layer by Serge Hallyn of IBM.

SELinux from scratch: Build an SELinux-ready Gentoo system by Serge Hallyn from IBM.

Polyinstantiation of directories in an SELinux system by Russell Coker.

Taking advantage of SELinux in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Red Hat Magazine article by Faye Coker and Russell Coker.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 SELinux user guide

Summary of SELinux articles on Red Hat knowledge base

Interview with Daniel Walsh, the principal developer of SELinux in Fedora from Red Hat, where he tells us more about what SELinux does and how it's improved in Fedora 8

Fedora SELinux Policy Module Packaging (draft)

SEPostgreSQL introduction

SELinux object classes and permissions reference

SELinux reference policy interface reference

SELinux plus introduction

SELinux by example

Hacks From Pax: SELinux And Access Decisions by Pax Dickinson.

Hacks From Pax: Security Enhanced Linux and Mandatory Access Control by Pax Dickinson.

Hacks From Pax: SELinux Policy Development by Pax Dickinson.

Paranoid Penguin - Introduction to SELinux, Part II by Mick Bauer.

Paranoid Penguin - Introduction to SELinux by Mick Bauer.

Multi-Category Security in SELinux in Fedora Core 5 by Russell Coker.

Configuring the SELinux Policy

Object Classes and Permissions descriptions

[edit] Mailing lists and IRC

Mailing lists and IRC channels

[edit] Blogs

[edit] Websites

Russian Fedora SELinux Wiki

NSA SELinux website

SELinux Symposium 2005-2007

Tresys Open Source Server

Fedora SELinux project wiki

Hardened Gentoo's SELinux project page

Debian SELinux wiki

Engarde SELinux page

Ubuntu SELinux wiki

OpenSolaris Flexible MAC project

Japanese SELinux Users Group

Russell Coker's SELinux Site

Dan Walsh's SELinux site

Public forum for the NSA Security-Enhanced Linux project

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SELinux Policy IDE (SLIDE)

SETools Policy Analysis Suite

Cross Domain Solution Framework

SELinux Policy Editor

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[edit] Topics

SELinux security models and concepts

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