Created attachment 1241908 [details]
Description of problem: When attempting to change the background in XFCE in a fresh install of the XFCE-spin, I get an SELinux alert. The dialog then never shows any background thumbnails, and can't choose any files.
Performing both of the steps outlined in the SELinux Troubleshooter don't fix anything, the SELinux error just pops up again. It seems like I need a more relaxed restriction on allowing the picker to access the `.cache/thumbnails` dir, and also to the directories containing images, `/usr/share` and `$HOME`. Its not clear to me what the "pool" source process is.
I'm able to view those directories in the file manager with no problems.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install the Fedora 25 XFCE Spin
2. Try to change the deskop background via the settings dialog
Actual results: SELinux prevents the background chooser from accessing any files.
Expected results: I'm able to change the background.
Created attachment 1241909 [details]
Background chooser missing thumbnails
Created attachment 1241910 [details]
Background chooser unable to select any files
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