Posts Tagged SELinux

Why I’m becoming increasingly disillusioned with SELinux

My history with SELinux is a… varied one. I first remember using it back in Fedora Core 6. I soon gave up on it, the labeling wasn’t consistent and I didn’t have the time nor inclination to relabel everything, especially when a quick one work change in a config file fixed all my problems. The […]

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SELinux, Xen & LVMs

I discovered something new today: SELinux can and does prevent access to logical volumes. This is entirely unexpected for me, because I always thought SELinux only worked on files. I was wondering why my test VM suddenly refused to start with the error “Disk is not accessible” after I upgraded it to F16Beta. I checked […]


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