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Author Topic: The Selinux coloring book  (Read 1108 times)

Edvard

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The Selinux coloring book
« on: April 19, 2014, 05:34:57 AM »
So, RedHat's own Daniel J. Walsh whipped up a cute little article on how SELinux works over at OpenSource.com, complete with cartoons by Máirín Duffy.  Now the cartoons have been published as a coloring book for your up-and-coming junior Linux admins.  
First, read the article...

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Your visual how-to guide for SELinux policy enforcement
For those who have never used SELinux, or would like an explanation...

SElinux is a labeling system. Every process has a label. Every file/directory object in the operating system has a label. Even network ports, devices, and potentially hostnames have labels assigned to them. We write rules to control the access of a process label to an a object label like a file. We call this policy.


Then, download and print out the coloring book:


Enjoy!  :Thmbsup:


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Re: The Selinux coloring book
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2014, 07:40:56 AM »
That's epic and even a humanities ... uh ... type like me sorta understands!