On 3/28/08 2:08 AM, "Daniel J Walsh"
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> Chad Sellers wrote:
>> On F8 (as well as RHEL5 from the looks of things), it seems that mailman is
>> not actually confined. The policy for it is compiled into the base module,
>> but the transition never happens. So, mailmanctl and qrunner run in
>> initrc_t. This looks like it is due to the fact that the default init script
>> for mailman calls "/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/mailman/bin/mailmanctl"
>> "/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/mailman/bin/qrunner" rather than executing
>> scripts directly. The simple fix is to remove python from the init script.
>> Anyone else noticing this problem? Any other ideas for a fix?
>> Chad Sellers
>> fedora-selinux-list mailing list
> Please open a bugzilla on it.
> Looks like it is correct in rawhide
> grep MAILMANCTL mailman
> daemon $MAILMANCTL -s -q start
> daemon $MAILMANCTL -q stop
> $MAILMANCTL -q -u status
> $MAILMANCTL -u status
Hmmm, guess I should have checked bugzilla first. Looks like there's already
a resolved bug (#350461) for this, which is why it's resolved in rawhide. I
don't suppose this will get backported to RHEL5 in an update?
A customer Bugzilla is required to get it backported. So open a
bugzilla and ask.
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