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== Policy ==
 
== Policy ==
Policy was the most difficulty part in SELinux.
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SELinux Policy Editor will be helpful. See [http://seedit.sourceforge.net/].
SELinux Policy Editor will be helpful.
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See [http://seedit.sourceforge.net/].
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If you prefer fine grained configuration,
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Reference policy[http://oss.tresys.com/projects/refpolicy] is better.
  
 
= Related presentations =
 
= Related presentations =

Revision as of 05:46, 1 June 2008

SELinux -- Security Enhanced Linux

Codes about embedded SELinux

Many codes are submitted to Linux and userland community.

Linux kernel

2.6.18

Xattr support for jffs2

2.6.24

Reducing read/write overhead[1]

Reducing memory usage:[2]

Improving performance in AVC miss:[3]

2.6.25

Audit support for SH:[4]

SELinux userland

Reducing size of library: Merged to libselinux 2.0.35: [5]

BusyBox

Applets related to SELinux are merged to BusyBox in 1.8.0.

Support to assign domain to applets is merged to 1.8.0: [6]

Policy

SELinux Policy Editor will be helpful. See [7].

If you prefer fine grained configuration, Reference policy[8] is better.

Related presentations

CELF Jambolee

Example of porting to SH(Super H) was reported in CELF Jambolee #18: [9].

Xattr port to jffs2(Japanese)[10]