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<page pageid="67" ns="0" title="Recipes">
<rev contentformat="text/x-wiki" contentmodel="wikitext" xml:space="preserve">This page serves as a place to link SELinux recipes. A recipe is a short, to-the-point howto for various activities. you should also take a look at [[:Category:Recipes]] (which for now duplicates this same list, but acts as a wiki category).
[[audit2allowRecipe|Adding rules with audit2allow]]
[[fileLabelRecipe|Persistently changing a file label]]
[[SambaRecipes | Samba Recipes]]
[[MoveFiles|Move file locations]]
[[PermissiveDomainRecipe|Permissive mode for a specific domain]]</rev>
<page pageid="79" ns="0" title="ReferencePolicy">
<rev contentformat="text/x-wiki" contentmodel="wikitext" xml:space="preserve">The SELinux Reference Policy (refpolicy) is a complete SELinux policy that can be used as the system policy for a variety of systems and used as the basis for many Linux distributions, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian, and Gentoo. It is rigorously structured using computer science concepts, making it simpler to maintain and use. The goal is to allow greater adaptation and adoption of SELinux while maintaining the knowledge gained through the years of policy evolution, while increasing the ability to validate the security properties of a given SELinux policy.
The following pages describe concepts in Reference Policy and guides for using it.
[[RefpolicyInterfaces | Interfaces]]
[[RefpolicyWriteModule | Writing a reference policy module]]
[[RefpolicyBuildModule | Building a reference policy module]]
[[RefpolicyRepoCheckout | Checking out and building the reference policy repository]]</rev>