[rsbac] Distribution requirements

Peter Scheer phmschee at students.cs.uu.nl
Thu Sep 9 13:51:15 CEST 2004


If you consider debian, it may be a good idea to have a look at 
Adamantix is a distribution, based on debian, which closely integrates 
with rsbac (and pax)


Martin Heyer wrote:

>The only problem with those big distributors schould be their vendor-kernel.
>I was not able to patch rsbac into the SuSE-sources for example.
>It took me some time to run a vanilla kernel. SuSE also prefers SELinux and 
>patches it into their kernel...If you have some Linux skills there should be 
>no big problem, but if you want it easier try debian. It ran for me also with 
>an unpatched kernel.
>>I am new to RSBAC but plan to dive into this implementation of MAC for
>>Linux.  What is the most commonly used distribution on this list for
>>RSBAC?  My personal favorite is Slackware.  Are there any distribution
>>specific problems to implement RSBAC?
>>Thank you in advance.
>>Subba Rao.
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