=>  Releases

Stable: 1.4.9

  • 3.14.y
  • 3.12.y
  • 3.10.y

Patched kernels
Includes vanilla kernel with the RSBAC patch

  • 3.14.28
  • 3.14.27
  • 3.12.35
  • 3.10.64

Enhanced kernels
Combined patches with RSBAC and PaX, less well tested

External RSBAC+PaX
Maintained by m-privacy

RSBAC source code, can be unstable sometimes

=>  Events

No events planned


RSBAC installation is pretty straight forward. You do not need to reinstall a complete system, thus, upgrading your Linux system to RSBAC is an easy task.

  • Installing from packages is the easy way and supported for your Linux distribution.
  • Installing from source require a bit more knowledge and handwork, but it might offer you more flexibility (you could add your own additional patches).

The RSBAC access control framework, while giving a global system protection through mandatory privilege separation does not solve every security issue. It is advised to use a SSP and PIE aware distribution.

We suggest you to read about Stack-smashing_protection (SSP) and Position_independent_code (PIE) first, for more information about these technologies.

To this day, the only distribution using these features, that we are aware of is Hardened Gentoo.

Table of Contents: RSBAC Handbook
Previous: Security Models
Next: Choosing the right package
Alternative: Installing from source


documentation/rsbac_handbook/installation.txt · Last modified: 2007/10/30 16:05 by kang
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