Fedora Core 3 tests new security model

Posted by dave on Nov 14, 2004 9:53 PM EDT
Computerworld Australia
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Red Hat last week released Fedora Core 3, the latest version of its cutting-edge Linux distribution, including a redesigned version of Security Enhanced Linux (SE Linux). While the software is aimed at developers and enthusiasts, it is seen as a testing ground for technologies that can later be built into the enterprise distribution, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). SE Linux is a case in point: Red Hat and other SE Linux developers have used the feedback from the version included in Fedora Core 2 to make the system more usable in the real world.

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