[refpolicy] system_userdomain.patch

Daniel J Walsh dwalsh at redhat.com
Wed Mar 4 12:05:13 CST 2009


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http://people.fedoraproject.org/~dwalsh/SELinux/F11/system_userdomain.patch

The biggest change in this patch is the addition of the $1_usertype.

Instead of using $1_t for all user access,  I use $1_usertype.  This
allows me to make $1_java_t == $1_t + { execmem execstack}. Similar for
$1_mono_t.

Changed many templates to interfaces, since they were not defining new
types.

Added labeling for symbolic links of homedirs

Labeling for /dev/shm files.


My labeling of /root

added userhomereader attribute in order to allow tunables within tunables.

Added user_home_type handling so we can define additionaly types to the
home dir and still allow users to manage them.  (ssh_home_t for example.)


Removed a couple of old booleans that really do not make sense
user_dmesg?  Should be only applied to a particular type staff_t maybe,
not all users.  guest_t will never run dmesg.

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