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George Avrunin wrote:
On Mon, 19 Nov 2007 06:24:06 +0900, John Summerfield
<[email protected]> wrote:

I think your phrase "fix properly" meas you need to learn how to write a local policy to allow it.
Well, maybe, but this is BackupPC installed from the Fedora
repositories via yum. So if it's not pilot error on my part, then
even if I learn how to write the local policy to allow it, everyone
else who installs BackupPC is likely to have this problem.

When someone writes a policy, then it can be attached to the bug report or reference by it, and the policy can be added to the appropriate Fedora repo, either as part of the BackupPC package, or as something it requires.

I've filed a bug on it, following the message from Jonathan
Underwood:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=390881

I filed it as a bug in BackupPC since I didn't know whether changes
belonged there or in the selinux policy.
I think that's a good place, the first thing users will see is "it 
doesn't work, it must be broken.
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Cheers
John

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