This week’s techmail is Practical SELinux for the beginner: Contexts and labels which is part two of my series on SELinux. This one talks about how to get started with SELinux (how to turn it on or off), how to view contexts, and how to create new contexts, how to set them, and how to restore them. If you’re new to SELinux, this is a good primer to get you started.

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