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> On Tue, 2012-05-29 at 11:02 +0200, Martin Gracik wrote:
> > Selinux causes problems for rpm scriptlets in the installroot.
> You could use the selinux module instead:
I was looking at this, I tried selinux_getenforcemode() and it didn't work.
I must have overlooked the security_getenforce() method. Thanks.
> import selinux
> if selinux.security_getenforce():
> There's also selinux.security_setenforce(), if you want to turn it
I don't want to turn off anything in lorax. User should be aware he needs to turn it off.
> Also, could you make a note (in a comment in the code) about *why* we
> need to turn off SELinux (i.e. what goes wrong when it's left on), so
> can work on fixing that later?
I don't think we can fix it. Selinux just does not behave very good in chroots.
And I put in the comment "Selinux causes problems for rpm scriptlets in the installroot.".
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