[Sorry, submitted it prematurely.]
Currently, in order to specify the allowed SELinux user roles, one has
to install the policy-sources package and edit the
/etc/security/selinux/src/policy/users file manually. IMHO it may be a
good idea if s-c-u knew to do it.
I just took a look at seuserx ("seuser -X") from the setools package
and it appears to me that the functionality of that code should be
merged into s-c-u (or s-c-u functionality should be merged into seuserx).
These might need to stay separate since some folks will refuse to run
Oops ... spoke too soon: s-c-u DOES HAVE support for selinux now (the
support is not correct but that is another bug report). This bug
should be closed
closing as per last comment