Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 120904
SELinux policy needs to account for XFree86 => Xorg namechange
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:40 EST
Currently, X will not start due to lack of permissions on
/var/log/Xorg.* and /dev/mem.
Changing occourances of XFree86 to Xorg in
rebuild/relable fixes things.
Fixed in latest policy 1.11.2-5
Haven't looked at changes, but might be a good idea to keep
XFree86 policy as well, in case someone has XFree86 kicking around,
or is using older xorg-x11 packaging for whatever reason. Just
a suggestion, I'm indifferent though since it's fixed for current
Probably took me over an hour to figure out what was wrong and why X
would not start :-(
XFree86 is still in the policy.