How about a hands-on, concrete-examples article on SELinux? I have been looking into this as a background project and elsewhere said looking at it is akin to "a shot of pepper spray point blank in the eye."
One practitioner began his introduction to SELinux saying "it's not for the squeamish."
It'd be nice to have someone start of with, say, a basic rc and config files... or is that asking too much?
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