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Re: Any SELinux policy development/analysis training workshops?



On 04/12/2012 05:34 PM, Jason Axelson wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Is there currently anywhere to get SELinux policy development and analysis
> training in a workshop-type form?
> 
> The Tresys training would be great, but it looks like there aren't any 
> classes currently scheduled ("No classes are currently scheduled for the
> 2012"): http://www.tresys.com/education.php
> 
> There is also this Red Hat training but it looks like it is more focused on
> system administration and maintenance then on policy development and
> analysis: 
> http://www.redhat.com/training/courses/rhs429/course-exam-outline
> 
> So are there any other training opportunities out there?
> 
> Thanks, Jason
> 
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I believe the Red Hat three day SELinux training would do a good job, not sure
when that is offered.

There are a couple of sessions at the Red Hat Summit that might help.

But I believe this is not rocket science and it is just best to jump in on a
program that does not have a policy and try to build it.  I usually recommend
you start with a system service, and work from there.

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