Description of problem:
Fresh install of f7, brought to current with yum update
Output from setroubleshoot
SELinux is preventing access to files with the default label, default_t.
SELinux permission checks on files labeled default_t are being denied. These
files/directories have the default label on them. This can indicate a labeling
problem, especially if the files being referred to are not top level
directories. Any files/directories under standard system directories, /usr,
/var. /dev, /tmp, ..., should not be labeled with the default label. The default
label is for files/directories which do not have a label on a parent directory.
So if you create a new directory in / you might legitimately get this label.
If you want a confined domain to use these files you will probably need to
relabel the file/directory with chcon. In some cases it is just easier to
relabel the system, to relabel execute: "touch /.autorelabel; reboot"
Source Context: system_u:system_r:procmail_t
Target Context: system_u:object_r:default_t
Target Objects: root [ dir ]
Affected RPM Packages: procmail-3.22-19.fc7 [application]filesystem-2.4.6-1.fc7
Policy RPM: selinux-policy-2.6.4-8.fc7
Selinux Enabled: True
Policy Type: targeted
MLS Enabled: True
Enforcing Mode: Enforcing
Plugin Name: plugins.default
Host Name: top
Platform: Linux top 2.6.21-1.3194.fc7 #1 SMP Wed May 23 22:47:07 EDT 2007
I'm guessing this was during prelink, but won't swear to it
restorecon -R -v /root
Fixed in selinux-policy-2.6.4-13.fc7
Closing as fixes are in the current release