[refpolicy] semodule segfaults with ubuntu
russell at coker.com.au
Mon Nov 7 17:22:29 CST 2011
On Tue, 8 Nov 2011, Justin Mattock <justinmattock at yahoo.com> wrote:
> this is really annoying..
> I am getting a segfault with using git version of refpolicy, but using
> ubuntu's policy I dont get this. why?
Build it with debugging symbols and run it under gdb.
Also this isn't a refpolicy issue, no matter what's wrong with the policy
semodule shouldn't SEGV. There is no excuse for a SEGV, any program which
gives one (*) is buggy and needs to be fixed. Please remove the refpolicy
list from follow-ups.
(*) Except of course for the unusual cases where hardware errors cause
particular programs to SEGV in which case the hardware needs to be
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