Quoting Joshua Brindle (method(a)manicmethod.com):
Dominick Grift wrote:
>On 11/27/2009 09:31 PM, Joshua Brindle wrote:
>>Joshua Brindle wrote:
>>>As we discussed at Linux Plumbers Conference during the 'Making SELinux
>>>Easier to Use" talk we have some document deficiencies in the SELinux
>>We have gotten some good contributions to the documentation project over
>>the last couple months but there is always more to do. I've updated the
>>Documentation TODO at:
>>with some docs we'd like written and some guidance on what the format
>>should be. Use cases would be particularly appreciated.
>>If you haven't gone to the documentation wiki lately take a look at
>>and see what's been added.
>>Thanks for the help of the contributors and hopefully this effort will
>>go a long way toward gaining users and keeping SELinux enabled.
>>fedora-selinux-list mailing list
>Attached is a concept i wrote today about Locking down webapps with CGI.
>This was a topic in the todo list.
>Would be nice if someone could proof-read this and when
>modified/accepted publish it.
It's a wiki :) Just put it up there and others can make
How are we to create an account to edit a page? The 'Log in/Create
Account' page doesn't seem to let me create an account?
I'd like to add the recipe
semanage user -a -R user_r xa
semanage login -a -s xa xa
to lock user xa into its own selinux context to the recipes page.
If someone else is willing to post it, all the better.
modifications. There are actually a couple people who are decent at
copy editing that have done some work on the wiki so if we get
technical content up there they can do what they do to clean it up.