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Re: SE Linux policy



On Fri, 23 Apr 2004 06:23, Krzysztof Mazurczyk <kmazurczyk wskiz poznan pl> 
wrote:
> I have started playing with new SE Linux. I have it already running.
> BTW minor question: There are messages in log that /sbin/unix_verify
> is denied to do something. System is seemed to work well. Because
> /sbin/unix_verify is from libpam-modules I'm not sure what to do -
> ignore or add some rules to policy for /sbin/unix_verify.

What access is denied?

> I can run user-mode-linux from my shell but I need to run UML when main
> system boots. UML should generaly run via nohup program in background
> mode. My main question is how to that.

The following is the start of what is needed for a first cut at it.  Try it 
and let me know how it goes.
domain_auto_trans(initrc_t, uml_exec_t, sysadm_uml_t)

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