[arch-general] selinux groups not working
piruthiviraj at gmail.com
Sat Nov 9 09:05:41 EST 2013
On Sat, Nov 9, 2013 at 7:30 PM, Timothée Ravier <siosm99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On 09/11/13 14:42, piruthiviraj natarajan wrote:
> >>> I am trying to install selinux on my system from Timothee's repos. But
> >>> am only able to install package group "selinux" but the
> >>> *selinux-system-utilities*, **selinux-userspace, **selinux-policies*
> >>> *selinux-extras* package groups doesn't seem to be working.
> >>> [root at arch ~]# pacman -S selinux-system-utilities selinux-userspace
> >>> selinux-policies selinux-extras
> >>> error: target not found: selinux-system-utilities
> >>> error: target not found: selinux-userspace
> >>> error: target not found: selinux-policies
> >>> error: target not found: selinux-extras
> I removed those groups as most of the packages are required anyway for
> SELinux support, and there is not point is keeping them in different
> groups. I kept only the selinux group. I'll re-introduce an "extra"
> group as soon as I can make sure a package is really extra and isn't
> required for normal operation.
I found that the linux kernel was not included in the selinux group.
I think users would mostly prefer one group called 'selinux' and it will
just install all the required packages for a minimal selinux to be working
on a system.
Thanks for the reply though.
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