Description of problem:
Upon logging into an xguest account and attempting to access one of the menus or other graphics accelerated portions of GNOME, the menus, popups, etc. begin to flicker.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Install an xguest acccount and login to it. Then attempt to use any portion of gnome-shell that uses 3d acceleration.
Steps to Reproduce:
2.Log in to xguest account
3.Attempt to use Activities, status menu, etc.
Menus flicker rapidly on the screen.
Menu pops up and remains present and unaltered until the user alters the menu
Is this SELinux issue?
$ setenforce 0
Does it work then?
It is unclear as to what the exact cause is.
It only takes place on the xguest account. You can not turn off SELinux and still use xguest.
If policycoreutils is too broad, the bug could be assigned to xguest specifically. This does not occur on other accounts on the system.
I know that setsebool -P allow_xguest_exec_content on fixes the crash that is explained in the linked bug, so that leads me to believe that there may be other SELinux issues causing the problem.
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