using selinux to control user access to files

alex at alex at
Wed May 11 13:12:22 UTC 2005

Quoting Daniel J Walsh <dwalsh at>:
> You can use the Audit Framework for watching certain files with or 
> without SELinux.
> Have you looked at auditd and auditctl.

Hm, looks interesting.  A bit missing in documentation on RHEL4, however I
fetched sources from rawhide (that have some documentation).  Is Audit
Framework part of SELinux, used by SELinux, or something totally unrelated?

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