In a typical Unix system most noteworthy things run as root and have full
access to the system. Because of this the variety of scripts used in running
a system have little structure and it is often difficult to get them to work
nicely in a domain-type security model.
In this document I will list a number of minor changes that may be required to a typical Linux system to make it run with SE Linux.
$PREFIX/bin/rpcinfo -u localhost nfs 3 >/dev/null 2>&1 || RPCMOUNTDOPTS="$RPCMOUNTDOPTS --no-nfs-version 3"