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Re: Failure in updates, what now?



On Tue, Mar 03, 2009 at 11:06:20AM -0000, Dave Bolt IT Solutions wrote:
> Last night's updates, 17 Updates and 4 Installations, mostly went well but 
> there was an error with SELinux blocking cupsd renaming and writing to  
> subscriptions.conf
> The summary in SELinux is, for instance,
> SELinux is preventing cupsd (cupsd_t) "rename" to ./subscriptions.conf.0  
> (cupsd_etc_t)
> How do I re-apply the update?
> Should I be filling in a bug report or three?
> What further information do you helpful folks need, if any?

You may be in need of a relabeling for SELinux there.  Try this:

su -c 'restorecon -R /etc/cups'

My system shows the label for that file as:

-rw-r-----  root lp   system_u:object_r:cupsd_rw_etc_t:s0 subscriptions.conf.O

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