Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 138949
SELinux policy packages should be upgraded before udev?
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:54 EST
I am upgrading SELinux-enables FC2 to FC3. When anaconda was upgrading
the udev package, it complained (a lot) about invalid contexts in
/etc/security/selinux/file_contexts. Would it be a good idea to try to
avoid these warning messages by upgrading the SELinux policy packages
anaconda orders things entirely based on what the RPM package ordering
is (which is based on dependencies). Assigning to selinux-policy as
it's a transition issue from the FC2 -> FC3 SELinux.
This is a difficult problem since we do not want to put a dependancy
in udev on a particular SELinux policy. So I guess the only thing I
can say is that I hope policy will not change as radically as it did
between FC2 and FC3 again.
well, I could put a "conflicts" in udev
What would that do? I though conflicts would prevent udev from being