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Re: Googleearth won't run on F10

On Friday 28 November 2008, Bill Davidsen wrote:
>Mike Faire wrote:
>> On Fri, 2008-11-28 at 13:45 -0500, Bill Davidsen wrote:
>>> Mike Faire wrote:
>>>> I downloaded Google Earth 4.3 and the install seemed to run without
>> snip...
>>>> Is SE linux preventing google earth from running? How do I tell SE Linux
>>>> to get the heck out of the way?
>>> That's a bit like asking how to turn off the burglar alarm so break-ins
>>> won't be so noisy. The correct question is how to set attributes
>>> correctly so google earth will run, and the answer may be in the SElinux
>>> report, as it often is. Real the report and see if it gives you a command
>>> to run which solves the problem.
>>> --
>>> Bill Davidsen <davidsen tmr com>
>> While your point is well taken Bill, looking at
>> http://www.nsa.gov/selinux/papers/policy2/t1.html
>> makes it clear that adjusting rules and policies is going to require
>> more time and study than I can afford in the foreseeable future. I
>> have a plate full.
>The error status from selinux often contains the command to reset the
> attributes needed to make the application work. No research needed, drag
> and drop the command into a root shell, hit ENTER.

'twould be nice if that worked. :(

Unforch, I can't recall when the setroubleshooters advice ever worked here.
The latest denial recommends a 'restorecon -v "./lp3"' but doesn't work on the 
only "./lp3" I could find on the system, in /etc/cups/interfaces/lp3.  Using 
Brothers own drivers installed by their own rpms.  I even did an autorelabel 
on the last reboot, no change in the error message I posted to the selinux 
list noonish yesterday, and no reply has been seen.

>> Since I see nothing directly relating to Google Earth there,
>> setting /etc/selinux/config to "disable" will have to do until
>> someone with a working knowledge of SE Linux chimes in or I get
>> time to do the research in the future.
>> Thanks, just the same,
>> Mike
>Bill Davidsen <davidsen tmr com>
>   "We have more to fear from the bungling of the incompetent than from
>the machinations of the wicked."  - from Slashdot

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