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Re: F12-Beta-i686-Live-Edu.iso has selinux problem with sugar browse



On 10/17/2009 01:43 PM, Thomas C Gilliard wrote:
> F12-Beta-i686-Live-Edu.iso has 2 problems:
> 
> 1.) selinux policy has to be set to selenix=0 for sugar browse to work
> using these methods
>    a.) <esc> <tab> selinux=0 at boot screen
>    b.) changing selinux policy in gnome first then logging into sugar
> 2.) logging out of sugar and back into gnome. Sugar mouse cursor is
> retained in gnome desktop.
> 
> selinux policy should be changed to allow sugar activities to work.
> 
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>> On Sat, 2009-10-17 at 01:00 -0400, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>>  
>>>   a valid philosophy but the linux kernel sees it differently, so it's
>>> not like there's just one true way, but how fedora chooses to do this
>>> is perfectly valid, thanks.     
>>
>> If we were dealing with just a distribution of source, it could be
>> different.  But since we have to compile that source, and then compile
>> those compiles into a binary install tree, there are lots of chances for
>> things to go wrong, and so we test what will go out the door, rather
>> than what we hope will be the same in the future if we do another
>> compose.
>>
>> I've always taken offense to the term "release candidate" when there is
>> no possible way the candidate could ever be released as is.
>>
>>   
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What AVC messages are you seeing in /var/log/audit/audit.log?

Try to run wit enforcing=0 rather then selinux=0 so we can see all of te AVC messages.


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