Chapter 47. References

Chapter 47. References

The following references are pointers to additional information that is relevant to SELinux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux but beyond the scope of this guide. Note that due to the rapid development of SELinux, some of this material may only apply to specific releases of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

SELinux by Example

Mayer, MacMillan, and Caplan

Prentice Hall, 2007

Tutorials and Help
Understanding and Customizing the Apache HTTP SELinux Policy

Tutorials and talks from Russell Coker

Generic Writing SELinux policy HOWTO[amp ]group_id=21266

Red Hat Knowledgebase

General Information
NSA SELinux main website


Fedora SELinux FAQ

SELinux NSA's Open Source Security Enhanced Linux

An Overview of Object Classes and Permissions

Integrating Flexible Support for Security Policies into the Linux Operating System (a history of Flask implementation in Linux)

Implementing SELinux as a Linux Security Module

A Security Policy Configuration for the Security-Enhanced Linux

SELinux community page

IRC, #rhel-selinux

Quick history of Flask

Full background on Fluke

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