fedora-selinux-list Digest, Vol 13, Issue 16
Christopher J. PeBenito
cpebenito at tresys.com
Wed Mar 16 19:59:37 UTC 2005
On Wed, 2005-03-16 at 14:22 -0500, Ryan Gall wrote:
> > > #Context for the driver configuration files
> > > /etc/ndiswrapper/ -- system_u:object_r:loadndis_content_t
> > you probably want this:
> > /etc/ndiswrapper(/.*)? system_u:object_r:loadndis_content_t
> > so you can label all of the driver stuff tha'ts stored under that
> > directory and it's subdirectories. I don't think your pattern will
> > match anything.
> Actually everything does get the correct labels here. I guess it is
> setting the label on the ndiswrapper directory and then all the child
> directories and files are inheriting that context.
Well if the directory is labeled correctly, and files are created in
that directory, then it would get loadndis_content_t. However, if you
relabeled, I bet they would end up having the wrong labels. Try running
matchpathcon on a file in /etc/ndiswrapper, to see what file context
matches. (`matchpathcon /etc/ndiswrapper/somefile`).
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