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rbarlow, 01/08/2015 07:34 PM

 
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Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2015 19:34:24 +0100
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From: rbarlow@redhat.com
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To: dropbox+pulp+c71e@plan.io
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Subject: Re: [Pulp - Issue #97] (NEW) allow pulp dev setup to work with
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> Issue #97 has been reported by Chris Duryee.
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>   Issue #97: allow pulp dev setup to work with selinux enabled
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>   * Author: Chris Duryee
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>   * Status: NEW
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> I asked a python developer on another project to try out a pulp dev
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> 1. Dev script does not allow for SELinux?  That's going to be a no-go f=
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or people.  Would it be possible just to poke a few holes in the policy j=
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ust for pulp using semanage permissive?  E.g.
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> Change apache to a permissive domain
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> # semanage permissive -a pulp_t
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> Alternatively, maybe you could provide a dev policy module built with a=
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> I don't know what the pulp policy looks like or what problems it hits o=
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r whatever, but just disabling SELinux wholesale is not a great solution.=
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> There were some other issues as well but this was number one. The pulp
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> dev setup should be runnable without disabling selinux on the system.
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