On Thu, Apr 01, 2004 at 08:30:15AM -0500, Stephen Smalley wrote:
On Wed, 2004-03-31 at 11:07, Tim Waugh wrote:
> A word of warning: the version number of the policy file has changed
> in the kernel but some userland bits aren't in sync with it, causing
> file context labelling not to get done. Fresh installs are likely to
What userland bits caused a problem, so that we can avoid similar
problems in the future?
The script that builds the install image -- it had hard-coded
'policy.15' as one of the files to install, so we weren't actually
getting any policy loaded at all.
I've fixed this in CVS, but until anaconda is rebuilt you can make an
RHupdates directory (next to Fedora/ and images/) and put a policy.16
file, which you can get from rpm2cpio'ing the policy package, in that.