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I'm trying to find url to selinux source code (both kernel and userland) but i can't find anything, only outdated urls... Could someone help? Also, I installed from packages in debian, so i guess i can't check it directly on my system?

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The SELinux kernel part is integrated into the vanilla kernel from kernel.org. Just take a look into the directory ./security/selinux of your kernel source code.

The userland part of SELinux can be obtained here.

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maybe i'm dumb but i have trouble with browsing through kernel.org, could you give me link to selinux in for example newest kernel? –  Phil Aug 31 '09 at 13:46
    
See e. g. git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/torvalds/… –  joschi Sep 3 '09 at 11:45
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SELinux kernel code is included in the mainline Linux 2.6 kernel, available from The Linux Kernel Archives.

http://www.kernel.org/

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apt-get source <whatever package SElinux is in>

Will get you the current source for the version of SElinux you're using.

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