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I've been trying to enable SELinux on Intrepid. In my quest to get it working I have:
This is where the problems began. I got as far as X (gdm) and couldn't login. From the tty's selinux is successfully denying me access to /bin/bash and as a result won't let me log in... at all.
I'm trying to get selinux going on my system if possible. I then proceeded to install selinux-policy-src and have compiled that. I don't seem to get as far as X in that case and my /home partition won't load... although that's not really surprising as I did simply compile the policy with a few minor modifications. I'm looking into using checkpolicy -U allow instead of -U deny for my policy.
So, how do I get to the point where I have a policy running in enforcing mode on my system? I can clearly get selinux working... but the policy being used seems to be the problem.
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