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- Christopher C. Stacy
May 5, 2005, 11:31 am
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Re: SELinux vs. ACLs
From what little I've read so far (noob as yet) SE-Linux uses not only the
MAC (mandantory access control) but ACL (access control list) as well.
Between the two features, you have very fine grained control of all access
to your system but be advised that SE-Linux was not developed for usage on
workstations but more for workgroup servers.
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