Welcome to the SELinux Guide! This guide is intended for users who are not afraid of using a terminal, to edit files, who are power users, and are interested in making SELinux work for them but don't know where to start or what to do.
This guide explains:
- What SELinux is and why it is important
- Relabeling, changing the default behavior, and other basic SELinux settings
- What tools you will need to make SELinux work for you
- Common problems and solutions
- How to lock users using the guest account
- Customizing policies
- Additional resources
- SELinux and Samba
- SELinux and creating home html directories
- Contributing to SELinux
- and much more....
About this Document
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