Why is mozplugger still installed by default on F11 it conflicts with SELInux since it causes oofice to run as nsplugin_t

Warren Togami wtogami at redhat.com
Fri Apr 17 15:09:51 UTC 2009

On 04/17/2009 10:08 AM, Daniel J Walsh wrote:
> There is certainly argument about the value of this package and it
> breaks nsplugin/SELinux functionality.
> A confined nsplugin is a nice feature for confining plugins downloaded
> from the network. But if you run openoffice and evince from within
> nsplugin they get confined, causing the apps to not work properly.

Removing mozplugger has been something I always do.  It seems to cause 
more problems than it solves. =(


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