It is being labeled device_t?
(In reply to comment #0)
> It is being labeled device_t?
Hmm, udev does not have a hardcoded exception for this device... so?
Well something is going wrong. It is still wrong in rawhide.
/lib/udev/devices/fuse is copied to /dev/fuse at startup until someone accesses /dev/fuse. Then the fuse module is loaded.
most likely /lib/udev/devices/* need a proper label, too
or the copy process does not honor selinux labels.
The copy command needs to be made SELinux aware. Or use cp -A
Might need this patch, I created because of this bug:
oh, ok... does this fix the issue in rawhide?
# rm /lib/udev/devices/fuse
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