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Re: BZ 533427



On Tuesday 17 November 2009 09:00:47 Daniel J Walsh wrote:
> On 11/17/2009 08:06 AM, Gene Czarcinski wrote:
> > https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=533427 was first reported 6
> > November and on 6 November you reported that the problem was fixed in
> > selinux- policy-3.6.32-42.fc12.noarch
> >
> > WHERE IS selinux-policy-3.6.32-42.fc12.noarch ????
> >
> > Today is 17 November.  This update (or a later/more-recent version) has
> > not appeared in either updates or updates-testing for F12.
> >
> > This impacts the abrt package's ability to report meaningful bugs!
> >
> > Gene
> 
> -46 should be in updates-testing.
> 
> When F12 is about to ship packages do not flow as quickly.
> 
Quickly??  Ten days to get a package pushed??

I just checked updates-testing and there is nothing.  Since the mirror might 
not have picked up an update yet, I also checked download.fedora.redhat.com 
and there are no selinux-* packages in update or update-testing.

Currently, there are 38 CC users on BZ 533427 which indicates to me that a 
number of us "leading edgers" have gotten this problem.

Yes, I could go around the standard way of updating to get the fix but why 
should I need to do that?

I am a big fan of SELinux and do not want to disable it or even to put it into 
permissive mode.  However, SELinux is getting in the way of abrt functioning.  
Usually, I find that SELinux fixes are distributed in a very timely manner.  
Something is broken here.

Gene


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