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Re: SELinux in mock



On Tue, 2009-01-13 at 22:08 -0700, Jerry James wrote:
> 
> 
> How is that supposed to work?  This is blocking the GCL build, which
> has to change dumped images to type gcl_exec_t when SELinux is active
> (checked with selinuxenabled).  If the policy is not managed or the
> store cannot be accessed, then selinuxenabled should be setting its
> exit code to 1, should it not?  As it is, the GCL build fails when
> trying to invoke chcon because selinuxenabled is apparently lying.

selinuxenabled I do believe likely just checks the kernel, which on the
host may indeed be running.  However within the chroot the policy may be
mismatching or completely non-existent.  There is very early support for
allowing in chroot policy to work, but it's certainly not in play on our
builders in Koji, which are a el5 base.

-- 
Jesse Keating
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