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I think my first reply got tossed when thunderbird changed my identity on me... On 2/29/12 7:04 AM, Dominick Grift wrote: > It is complaining about your use of the XML headers. > > Dont use them in type enforcement files: That worked, thanks! I'll see if I can find docs on the XML part, I was just copying comments around from the templates eclipse created, which now sounds silly as I knew it was doing things with the xml... > Also it is important that you stick to the style rules. > type peak_t is not a file type and if it is then it is named wrong. I'm going from the tutorial at http://equivocation.org/selinux (by far the easiest to understand selinux tutorial I've yet found!); there it seems he's breaking things up into three management categories: general application files (app_t), config files (app_config_t) and the application executables (app_exec_t). This seems a reasonable division, so I'm trying to follow it for now... > If you want some interactive help with writing policy you can also come > join #fedora-selinux channel on irc://irc.freenode.net IRC network and > ping user grift. Thanks! I'll try to avoid interrupting you with that, but it's good to know it's available...
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