I didn't have a single up-to-date guide to follow. So I decided to write a short guide for myself in my own wiki. A bit later I thought why not make it good enough to publish on a public wiki? Well, that didn't quite happen the way I imagined, but I did manage to make it good enough to publish. At least It's a start, I thought, and I and others would expand it over time. I wanted to publish the mini-guide now, because I knew I wouldn't have the time to expand it as much as I'd like.
I edited the guide's wiki formatting to match Wikipedia's and started a Wikibook, simply called Grsecurity.
The guide can be found here: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Grsecurity
The biggest subject missing from the wiki is of course ACL's.
I've also made updated wiki-formatted tables of
- Table 1: Subject Modes
- Table 2: Object Modes
- Table 3: Role Modes
- Table 4: PaX Flags
- Table 5: Capability Names and Descriptions
which I will add to the Wikibook when I have the time.
Criticism is welcome, but remember that the good thing about a wiki is that you can edit it yourself.