Description of problem:
I am the maintainer of pipelight. The browser-plugins loaded / managed by
pipelight don't work properly, because of a missing selinux-module.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
all relased selinux-policy
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install pipelight: sudo yum install pipelight
2. pipelight-plugin --enable flash && remove abobe's flash-plugin
3. restart browser
4. open a webpage using flash, e.g. http://speedtest.net/
Pipelight's plugin get's detected, but the browser stalls because of
avc-denials. Lot's of avc-denials are reported.
Pipelight's plugin should work like any other browser-plugin and
don't produce avc-denials or lock-up the browser.
I prepared a selinux-module with the needed rules to run everything without
any avc-alerts/denials. You can find it here:
Please backport that module to fc19+, because there are plans for backporting
pipelight to those releases.
Many thanks in advance! ^^
I decided to package this selinux-module as a seperated package. Having these rules available and enabled by default makes no real sense.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1119288 ***