Merging SELinux policies

Originally published 2016-08-01 on the UoB Unix blog We make extensive use of SELinux on all our systems. We manage SELinux config and policy with the jfryman/selinux Puppet module, which means we store SELinux policies in plain text .te format – the same format that audit2allow generates them in. One of our SELinux policies that covers permissions for NRPE is a large file. When we generate […]

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Samba fixed!

For those who have been following the issues around Samba suddenly breaking upon upgrade, I’ve now got to the bottom of it. I’ve updated the original post with details, so if you wish to leave comments, please leave them on that post.

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