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Pär Aronsson wrote:
Attached is a SELinux policy for the Fedora Directory Server 1.1.0.
It is composed of three parts.
* dirsrv - directory server and setup programs
* dirsrv-admin - administration server and setup programs
* fedora-idm-console - java based console for administration
The policies were developed on a CentOS 5.1 with the following packages:
I've succesfully tested the policies in targeted and strict mode.
The dirsrv-admin policy requires that the apache policy module is loaded.
setsebool -P httpd_enable_cgi on
Comment out the following in /usr/sbin/start-ds-admin (line 63-65):
if [ -x /usr/sbin/selinuxenabled ] && /usr/sbin/selinuxenabled; then
SELINUX_CMD="runcon -t unconfined_t --"
I had trouble with the replication plugin so I haven't been able to do any
testing with replication.
Any comments are welcome.
// Pär Aronsson
Just started looking at this policy
dirsrv.te looks pretty good, I have never setup a directory server, so
I am guessing on some of this stuff.
You want logging_search_logs($1) in
The fedora-idm-console stuff makes no sense. Looks like you are trying
to fix bugs in javaplugin policy.
Not sure if you want/need dirserv-admin policy? If this is just stuff
to be run in cgi, just extend it.
ALso not sure you need dirsrv_setup_t Why not leave in admin context?
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