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    Question selinux setup error

    i tried to enable selinux on my OpenSUSE 12.3, i did everything like described in SDB:SELinux - openSUSE except that when i run the selinux-ready command i get the following error:
    check_filesystem: ERR. Filesystem 'selinuxfs' is missing. Please enable SELinux while compiling the kernel.

    in the guide the output is :check_filesystem: OK. Filesystem 'selinuxfs' exists.

    so i think everything is alright with the kernel (i'm using the default one shipped with suse), but i need to maybe mount the filesystem to /selinux or proc/filesystems ?
    any help appreciated

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    Default Re: selinux setup error

    AppArmor - Gentoo Wiki says that fstab entry might be required
    Also found this pdf explaining the setting up of SElinux
    http://www.sandervanvugt.com/uploads...ity-opmaak.pdf
    http://www.sandervanvugt.com/index.p...=view&topic=88
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    Default Re: selinux setup error

    i tried the fstab entry and it won't help, because selinuxfs is an "unknown file system"
    has anyone tried booting with the selinux kernel parameters or changing CONFIG_SECURITY_SELINUX_BOOTPARAM_VALUE=0 to 1 ???
    that's the only solutions i can think after some reading.
    or maybe there is another way to enable a filesystem type? as /sys/fs/selinux directory is missing in 12.3

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