Bjorn.Victor at it.uu.se
Wed Dec 7 17:21:19 UTC 2005
On Mon, 05 Dec 2005 23:50:45 +0100 Nicolas Mailhot <nicolas.mailhot at laposte.net> wrote:
> W. Scott Wilburn wrote:
>> Since the problem occurred with a spamassassin update, not selinux, I
>> assume something in the behavior of spamassassin has changed.
> There is a boatload of spamassassin+selinux problems in bugzilla, I'm
> not sure Dan will have the time to fix them before FC5, let alone look
> at FC4 problems.
> Spamassassin does so many things (resolves names, writes in user homes,
> launches pluggins like pyzor/razor, some client/server spamc/spamd
> stuff...) from so many contexts (procmail, user, mta...) it seems every
> single policy/spamassassin update breaks something.
Any advise on how to make spamassassin/spamd work (without disabling
SElinux entirely) would be very welcome.
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