I've checked that package for selinux is installed. but I wondered is it configured?
I discovered on my system neither is around.
At this point you have a completely functional SELinux system and it is time to further configure the system. In the current status, SELinux is operational but not in enforcing mode. This means that it doesn’t limit you in doing anything, it just logs everything that it should be doing if it were in enforcing mode. This is good, because based on the log files you can find what it is that it would prevent you from doing. As a first test, it is a good idea to put SELinux in enforcing mode and find out if you can still use your server after doing so. To do this, open the /etc/selinux/config file (or the /boot/grub/menu.lst file)
sanjeev:~ # ls -l /etc/selinux/config
ls: cannot access /etc/selinux/config: No such file or directory
sanjeev:~ # ls -l /boot/grub/menu.lst
ls: cannot access /boot/grub/menu.lst: No such file or directory
so is selinux configured now?
many thanks in advance