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Hi all I'd like to know how to ID if the kernel has Selinux patched on it and how to activate Selinux during boot? I think that Selinux should be ...
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    Question ID if the kernel has Selinux patched


    Hi all I'd like to know how to ID if the kernel has Selinux patched on it and how to activate Selinux during boot?

    I think that Selinux should be detectable through activation but understand that attempting to activate things within the kernel that don't exist may be damaging, but I'm probably wrong about that.

    Any thoughts?

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    What distribution/version are you running? Not all distributions are selinux-enabled or capable. There is more to it than just the kernel part.
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