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SELinux trouble again… September 11, 2006

Posted by TSAI HONG-BIN in Linux.
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If you’re involved in an open source package that doesn’t have stable release yet, you’re involved in a set of confusions, a chaos, a neuron-mingling disaster.

I tried to compile and install refpolicy (downloaded from tresys’s website) on my FC5 box whole day and got nothing paid off. What so wierd is, there’re documents from Redhat, NAS showing several lines of commands. But the result is not reproduciable…

I got error like “policy file argument (policy.20) is no longer supported”, this assertion totally contradicts with design concepts shown in other tech. reports. I searched online forums, made some adjustments to the system, but still in vain. Finally I have no way to go… except

mailing list!

That’s right, so I posted an article to fedora-selinux-list, hoping some nice guy will help me out of this mess.

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