Re: [DSE-Dev] Debian refpolicy and core SELinux package update
On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 11:01:40PM -0500, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> As of this writing, all the core SELinux packages in Debian have
> been updated to the latest release earlier this month; and thus are
> fairly up to date.
> I have also merged SVN HEAD of refpolicy into the Debian
> package, and thus the refpolicy packages uploaded tonight will have the
> latest refpolicy changes.
> I am beginning to come back from a deadline crunch on my day
> job, and start paying attention to my Debian packages again; so
> hopefully the state of SELinux in Debian will improve -- at least, I'll
> try to be more reactive in the future.
Fine to read this. Thanks.
> anyway, kick the tyres, look at the Debian diffs with regards to
> the upstream refpolicy. We should have a dialog about which changes
> need to be purged, and which should be fed upstream.
I have already some open threads over firstname.lastname@example.org. I hope they
will continue to some final state.
Maybe the discussion about SELinux problems can be managed
on email@example.com now.
I'm going to post something...
Besides refpolicy, we must consider patching some user tools, so they
work fine with SELinux. I think we should adopt some patches from
Fedora to vim, coreutils,.... It could be annoying to run restorecon
after every editing of a config file. Also star should be bumped to some
newer version, so we could have at least one tool capable of backup