Reference Policy 20080702 Released

    Date03 Jul 2008
    CategorySELinux
    10866
    Posted ByBill Keys
    Chris PeBenito has announced the latest release of Reference Policy. Notable changes in this release include the ability to specify SELinux roles in loadable policy modules, improved labeled networking support, and new policy modules for virtualization packages. This release improved the functionality of SELinux loadable policy modules. With this update SELinux seems to be in the right direction, what do you think?
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