I'm following the Debian SELinux setup guide with my Linux Mint Debian Edition system. I installed the necessary packages:
sudo aptitude install selinux-basics selinux-policy-default selinux-utils policycoreutils
Activated SELinux and rebooted twice:
Checked the installation. No critical errors were reported:
When I run a simple sandbox command, e.g.
sandbox -X -H ~/selinux/home -T ~/selinux/tmp -t sandbox_web_t firefox
it tells me that the sandbox command wasn't found. I've seen other questions that seem to indicate with Debian, there are issues with the sandbox command, but its nonexistence isn't one of them.
semodule -l or
locate *.pp | grep sandbox doesn't list the sandbox module either, so is it simply not installed? Is there another way I can check? The version of
selinux-basics I'm using is 0.5