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Description of problem:
Probably an selinux bug, but:
$ mv oldname/ newname/
Fails on FC5T2.
Removing the trailing slash works.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
No audit messages at all.
Please be a bit more specific -- starting from an empty current directory, what
do you do?
It's the same from any directory.
The directory "b" does not exist, it is the new name for "a".
$ mkdir a
$ mv a/ b/
It fails on FC5T2. Works on FC4.
> $ mkdir a
This is what I needed -- that 'a' is a directory and that 'b' doesn't exist yet.
Thanks; this has already been reported.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 174253 ***