Description of problem:
dnsmasq won't work out of the box, because the selinux security policy is wrong.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try starting dnsmasq with selinux in enforcing mode.
Many setrouble messages.
Should work normally.
I will attach the *.te files created from auditing. In addition to building
and applying the security policies I had to manually enter the commands:
restorecon -v ./dnsmasq.leases
this should be done when installing the dnsmasq rpm.
Created attachment 307143 [details]
dnsmasq te file
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dnsmasq pp file
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dnsmasq mod file
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dnsmasq pp file
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dnsmasq mod file
Actually, the selinux policy is (sort of) correct; the new home for that file
(in Fedora 9 and on) is /var/lib/dnsmasq/dnsmasq.leases. I'm not changing the
file location within a release because the likelihood of breakage is high enough
that I don't want to change it on unsuspecting users.
This is actually a duplicate of BZ#407901.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 407901 ***
Hmmm. I see bug 407901 only corrects dnsmasq.leases, and does not correct any
of the other policy errors. So I either need to reopen 407901, so the missing
policy rules can be added, or I need to reopen this one. I'll reopen this one,
since I explicitly list the necessary rules with attachments in this bug.
I will attach my audit log.
Created attachment 307150 [details]
grep -i dnsmasq audit.log
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