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On 02/14/2011 04:12 PM, Dominick Grift wrote:
Today when i wanted to uninstall selinux-policy in rawhide i noticed
that systemd requires selinux-policy.
I have not tested that thoroughly but could it be that rawhide stops
working properly if selinux=0?
I did have issues with systemd starting the network but i am not sure
whether its related to aforementioned, that maybe the cable was not
plugged in properly or that it was because the policy un-install/upgrade
But anyway's systemd requiring selinux-policy seems pretty radical.
selinux mailing list
Open a bug with me cc'd. systemd is doing matchpatchcon/restorecon type
operations, but these calls should not be called on a disabled machine,
so selinux-policy should not be required.
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