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Red Hat has integrated full SELinux support into their distributions, and has contributed back significant improvements to the SELinux core code as well as taking over maintenance of the SELinux userspace modifications. RHEL4 released in Feb 2005, commercially supported product with SELinux support.
Hardened Gentoo, a security-focused subproject of the Gentoo project, has also integrated SELinux support, but presently only supports it for servers.
Debian and SuSE have partial support, but still require separate packages available separately and are not as far along in userspace integration.
TCS is working on MLS enhancements and other features for LSPP, and has contributed back their enhancements to the SELinux core code.
SEBSD work by McAfee Research -> SPARTA. Darwin work underway.