[Linux-aus] SELinux on Debian Jessie
mattcen at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 12:31:18 AEST 2015
Oh. It appears I've found the problem:
Short story: The fact that selinux-policy-default isn't available is a
huge issue, given I don't otherwise have an existing policy. I don't
know SELinux much at all, so this looks like an insurmountable problem.
On 2015-08-04 11:54, Matthew Cengia wrote:
> Hi all,
> Does anybody here have any experience on installing and configuring
> SELinux on Debian Jessie?
> I've been following the instructions at
> https://wiki.debian.org/SELinux/Setup, but (a) the
> selinux-policy-default, and (b) I follow up to step 2.5 (run
> selinux-activate and reboot), the system reboots twice (presumably after
> an attempted filesystem relabel?), but then after running step 2.6
> (check-selinux-installation), I get:
> root at debian:~# check-selinux-installation
> ../proc/1 kernel..
> SELinux is not enabled.
> The init process (PID 1) is running in an incorrect domain.
> FSCKFIX is not enabled - not serious, but could prevent system from booting...
> This is a fresh Jessie installation with zero configuration aside from
> my attempt to install SELinux.
> Anybody able to put me on track?
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