selinux and debian squeeze 9.5
- Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2018 17:18:38 -0400
- From: John Jasen <jjasen@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: selinux and debian squeeze 9.5
For some reason, my attempts at enabling SELinux on a squeeze system
just aren't taking.
As I understand it, the following steps are required:
a) installing selinux-policy-default and dependencies
b) editing /etc/selinux/config to select default policy and permissive
c) adding security=selinux to the grub boot line.
d) ensuring the filesystem selinux contexts are relabeled on reboot
However, for one particular test system, when it comes back up, SELinux
is disabled, and dmesg does not show SELinux in the kernel option line.
I feel like I'm missing something obvious, here.