No, it is not possible. Sorry. There is no work to make it possible
nor will there be. There is actually work going on to remove most of
the modular (but unusable/broken) infrastructure in LSM code.
On Wed, 2008-01-02 at 05:00 +0530, Leo Prasath wrote:
I have a need to install SELinux on a sytem running with a kernel
without SELinux built into it. However, I cannot reinstall a custom
kernel with the SELinux built into it.
So, I am looking at building a kernel module for SELinux and load it.
I tried compiling the kernel with config option
CONFIG_SECURITY_SELINUX=m and i got this error:
.config:984:warning: symbol value 'm' invalid for SECURITY_SELINUX
Is it possible to load SELinux as a kernel module ? Has anyone tried
Any help is appreciated
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