I'm trying to find url to selinux source code (both kernel and userland) but i can't find anything, only outdated urls...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?


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.


SELinux kernel code is included in the mainline Linux 2.6 kernel, available from The Linux Kernel Archives.


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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