On Fri, 2007-09-28 at 01:04 -0500, Douglas McClendon wrote:
I may yet file a bug, if I can provide instructions on how to
this. But since I'm working from an extremely modified environment,
I'll just ask for general advice-
I've spun an selinux-enabled livecd, and upon starting up, and starting
udev, I get a whole bunch of 'errors' (perhaps harmless) that look
vaguely like the following-
udevd_event selinux_setfilecon failed permission denied /dev/usbdev....
I googled for selinux_setfilecon and found basically nothing.
Do these keywords ring a bell to anyone?
It looks like (from the messages) that udev is trying to set a file
context based upon its config but that it's not being allowed to do so.
Probably because it's running as a type that isn't allowed to set those
contexts on files.
So I'd take a look the context of udevd with ps -Z and see if it's a
context that's allowed to set file contexts of the appropriate type