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Dave Quigley
Computer Science Professional, KEYW Corporation

David Quigley started his career as a Computer Systems Researcher for the National Information Assurance Research Lab at the NSA where he worked as a member of the SELinux team. David leads the design and implementation efforts to provide Labeled-NFS support for SELinux. David has previously contributed to the open source community through maintaining the Unionfs 1.0 code base and through code contributions to various other projects. David has presented at conferences such as the Ottawa Linux Symposium, the StorageSS workshop, LinuxCon and several local Linux User Group meetings where presentation topics have included storage, file systems, and security. David currently works as a Computer Science Professional for the Advanced Engineering and Development division at Keyw Corporation.

Recent comments

posted 2 months ago:
The php and SELinux policy package corrections are correct. You don't have ton use eclipse slide for your policy development but it is nice to use. I will provide those rpms for you guys at the tut...
posted 2 months ago:
Taking a closer look at the policy list that selinux-policyv should be just selinux-policy. There shouldn't be a selinux-policy-devel package on CentOS 6 as it was rolled into the selinux-policy pa...
posted 2 months ago:
If you tell me which packages fail I can post the correct ones tonight. I see one called SELinux-policyv which I'm assuming is selinux-policy-devel. Also anything related to eclipse-slide won't be ...
posted 3 months ago:
You can try CentOS 7.0 but note that the exercises I've been working on are geared towards 6.5. I haven't used 7.0 yet and while I'm aware of what changes have gone into it I haven't played around ...