Re: Mock/Pungi and selinux for building re-spins in f11

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Daniel J Walsh wrote:
> 
> On 10/07/2009 08:42 AM, Julian Aloofi wrote:
>> Am Dienstag, den 06.10.2009, 12:57 -0700 schrieb Mike Cloaked:
>>> Does anyone know if it is still current practice to set SELinux to
>>> permissive
>>> before doing a spin re-build in mock/pungi in F11?
>>>
>>> Or has selinux policy now reached the point of refinement such that
>>> running
>>> a respin build works fine with selinux enforcing?
>>>
>>> Would be useful to know - I have not done respin builds since F10 so I
>>> am a
>>> little out of touch with current practice.
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance.
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>> Yes, that's still required to successfully build a re-spin in pungi and
>> revisor if I remember correctly.
>> 
> Could someone send me a list of AVC's.  Is this the same problem that
> livecd has?  Building a different OS, causes it's policy to be loaded
> during the install.  We should be able to convince the Mock environment
> that SELinux is disabled, and then allow mock the ability to put down the
> labels like we do with livecd.
> 
> 

Dan, I'll try and do a test build in the next couple of days, and post AVCs
if they pop up - would it be best to do this in a BZ report, rather than to
Fedora list? If so which component? selinux or mock/pungi?
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