Hey guys, I need some help.
I am trying to implement SeLinux on my Debian 5 (Lenny) system. I have been reading about it and looking at guides, and most of them which apply to me tell me to do "apt-get install selinux-policy-default selinux-basics
". I could install the selinux-policy-default
but not the selinux-basics
. It just tells me it can't find the package...
Also I tried doing "apt-get install selinux
" and it referred me to checkpolicy
package which I successfully installed. I am not sure if perhaps I actually have SeLinux installed now and I can move on, or if I'm still missing something. I have a feeling it's not correct though since the command "selinux-activate
" results in a command not found error.
This is the guide I am currently looking at: Link
He says that the file "/.autorelabel
" needs to exist, but it's not there... I am just unsure if I have to simply make it or if it is generated after proper installation.
I do have an /etc/selinux folder with config files in there.
I just need to find a good guide or something because everything I am currently finding seems like it doesn't actually work.