RHEL 7 SELinux additional man pages.

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In one of his latest videos Sander van Vugt shows us that some SELinux information is not available without some tricky operations.

Actually, after a standard RHEL 7 / CentOS 7 installation, only basic SELinux man pages are installed. All the SELinux man pages dealing with applications (httpd, vsftpd, etc) need an additional work to be accessible.

Now, you’ve got two options: watch Sander van Vugt’s video or access my dedicated tutorial about deploying additional SELinux man pages. It’s up to you!

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