The first thing you need to do to get started using the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)  is to install the tools to manage the service. The service is run in a client-server manner. You install the client software on your PC to manage the EC2 services that you use.
There are the AMI […]
Currently we have a problem with the Debian list server and Gmail. Gmail signs all mail that it sends with both DKIM and DomainKeys (DomainKeys has been obsoleted by DKIM so most mail servers implement only one of the two standards although apart from space there is no reason not to use both). The Debian […]
In my previous post about DKIM  I forgot to mention one critical item, how to get Postfix to actually talk to the DKIM milter. This wasn’t a bad thing because it turned out that I hadn’t got it right.
I had configured the DKIM milter on the same line as the milters for ClamAV […]
My Play Machine  was offline for most of the past 48 hours (it’s up again now). I have upgraded the hardware for the Dom0 used to run it so that it now has the ability to run more DomU’s. I can now run at least 5 DomUs while previously I could only run 3. […]
I previously described the goals for SE Linux development in Lenny and assigned numbers to the levels of support . I have just uploaded a new policy to unstable which I hope to get in Lenny that will solve all the major issues for level 1 of support (default configuration with the unconfined_t domain for […]
A large part of the disagreement about the way to manage the policy seems to be based on who will be the primary “owner” of the policy on the machine. This isn’t a problem that only applies to SE Linux, the same issue applies for various types of configuration files and scripts throughout the process […]
Caleb Case (Ubuntu contributer and Tresys employee) has written about the benefits of using separate packages for SE Linux policy modules .
Firstly I think it’s useful to consider some other large packages that could be split into multiple packages. The first example that springs to mind is coreutils which used to be textutils, shellutils, […]
I have been asked about the current status of Lenny SE Linux on the Desktop.
The first thing to consider is the combinations of policies and configurations. I will number them if only for the purpose of this post, if the numbering is considered generally helpful it could be more widely adopted to describe configurations.
I have written a script for Debian named selinux-activate which is included in selinux-basics version 0.3.3+nmu1 (which I have uploaded to Debian/Unstable). The script when run with no parameters will change the GRUB configuration to include selinux=1 on the kernel command-line and enable SE Linux support in the PAM modules for login, gdm, and kdm. […]
Currently Debian/Lenny contains all packages needed to run SE Linux apart from the policy. The policy package is missing because it needs to sit in unstable for a while before migrating to testing (Lenny), and I keep fixing bugs and uploading new versions.
I have set up my own APT repository for SE Linux packages […]