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SELinux with 3.2 bpo kernel

The squeeze-backports kernel (linux-image-3.2.0-0.bpo.2-amd64) does not
seem to support SELinux, at least with stock squeeze user space tools
(selinux-basics, selinux-policy-default, selinux-utils). It simply does
not get enabled at all, even though it is enbled in the kernel
configuration. I works fine when the same machine is booted to the
default 2.6.32 kernel.

What would be the correct way to enable SELinux? Should newer versions
of the user space tools be backported? Just install them from testing?

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