After you have installed a minimum SELinux setup in QEMU, you might want to tweak and edit the policy to fit your needs.
Help->Software Updates->Find and install...
Search for new features to install, then
New remote site
http://www.tresys.com/files/eclipse-update/" as URL, click
Of course, you can also easily use your favourite text-editor to edit the plain policy files (if you use the te.vim file from Thomas Bleher you get syntax highlighting, at least for *.te files). After placing the file in the
~/.vim/syntax directory, add this to your
if has("autocmd") filetype plugin on augroup te autocmd BufRead,BufNewFile *.te set filetype=te augroup END endif
A very interesting post from Mark Wielaard outlines how we can "ensure that developers can create applications using the java programming language without having to depend on proprietary software". Very good read and definately a very important and worthwhile cause.
(via eDev News)