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On Wed, 23 Nov 2011, Bhargava Shastry <bshas3@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:To get the source for something on Ubuntu you should run
> between the two files. To do this, I need sources for Ubuntu-SELinux policy
> (in order to compile a policy.conf) . I have somehow not been able to
> locate the source for the policy binary that ubuntu uses (I looked in the
> /etc/selinux dir to no avail). Any ideas as to where I can find them?
> Alternatively, is there a tool to reverse engineer policy.conf from the
> policy binary (e.g. policy.24)?
"apt-get source PACKAGE".
Also you might find it better to use Debian SE Linux stuff instead of Ubuntu.
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