[arch-general] Revisit official SELinux support
headmastersquall at gmail.com
Tue Oct 29 10:56:13 EDT 2013
> The first answer that i can think is the patches needed on many packages to
> support selinux.
In the CentOS world, SELinux is a standard feature and there are a lot of
command line tools that contain extra command options to access and modify
SELinux contexts. For example, here is a snippet from the man pages for
the added features found in the ls command:
Display security context. Enable -l. Lines will probably be
too wide for most
Display security context so it fits on most displays.
Displays only mode,
user, group, security context and file name.
Display only security context and file name.
I don't know all the commands that have extra options, but I know find is
one of them.
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