On Fri, 2007-04-27 at 08:39 -0600, Forrest Taylor wrote:
On Thu, 2007-04-26 at 16:30 -0600, Forrest Taylor wrote:
> I have a .fc file that contains:
> /home/dir(/.*)? system_u:object_r:tmp_t:s0
> When I create the directory, it gets user_home_dir_t and files in the
> directory get user_home_t. After I load the module, restorecon will not
> change the permissions on the directory or files. So, what is special
> about those types? I thought at first that they may be customizable
> types, but they aren't listed in the file. semanage fcontext doesn't
> show them either. Any clues?
I forgot to mention that I am using RHEL 5.0.0.
There is an ordering/precedence among the different kinds of file
contexts configurations, with the base file_contexts generated from the
module .fc files at the lowest priority, the file_context.homedirs file
generated by genhomedircon as the next priority, and the
file_contexts.local file as the highest priority.
So a module .fc file can be overridden by the genhomedircon-generated
entries or by the local file contexts added via semanage fcontext -a.
Sounds like you should be using semanage fcontext -a for this instead of
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