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Re: Selinux is preventing the ntpd from using potentially mislabeled files (./services)



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Claude Jones wrote:
> I'm getting lots of these alerts. I can't figure out what ./services is, and 
> the suggested fix produces the following:
> *********************************************************
> restorecon -v './services'
> restorecon:  stat error on ./services:  No such file or directory
> *********************************************************
> I get these same alerts for cupsd, dhclient, and procmail - identical wording 
> except for the service named. Does anyone know the solution?
> 
> 
vmware mislabes /etc/services in its post install.  They modify the
contents by copying the file to /tmp and then mv'ing it back to /etc.
This ends up with the file labeled rpm_script_tmp_t instead of etc_t.

So you need to run restorecon.  If you run the latest restorecond it
watches for this.

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