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My SecureCon tutorial went quite badly today. After having network problems and having both the Xen servers crash for no apparent reason I had to give up and give an impromptu lecture.
The original plan had been to use two Xen servers which each had 15 instances and have the delegates go through a training program that involved installing SE Linux on Debian and CentOS and comparing the features of them for various tasks.
Instead I spent just over two hours talking about SE Linux without notes (the beamer didn’t like my laptop and the desktop it was connected to was locked). I did end up getting another desktop machine working later in the lecture to type some notes.
My plan now is to make all the files available for download, additionally make some instances available on one of my servers, and then run some training via IRC.Tags: Selinux