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Stephen Smalley wrote:
On Tue, 2012-01-24 at 12:44 -0600, Bryan Hinton wrote:I just completed a 4.0.3 SEAndroid build for the Galaxy Nexus. The build was clean and it is successfully running on the device. A few general notes: -I ran the following fastboot commands (in this order) after building AOSP w/ SELinux patches and repacking the boot image: fastboot erase cache, fastboot flash boot boot.img, fastboot flash system system.img, fastboot flash userdata userdata.img. -I had to mount /system rw after boot and fix the missing, userland ril client library in order to get the cdma/lte radios working. device/samsung/tuna is missing the extract script in AOSP. -permissive and enforced modes are functioning properly according to dmesg output. phone calls and sms are successful. I am in the process of relabeling some of the device nodes in the policy to allow access to the radio.Glad to hear that you were able to get it up and running. I don't presently have that device, so I'd be interested in hearing more about your experience, changes you have to make, etc.
I also have it running on the Galaxy Nexus. One thing I had to do was /factory was unlabeled after the initial boot. The files in there are all owned by radio so I labeled them u:r:radio_device:s0. Since the default policy only allows chr_file access for radio_device I had to add regular files and directory access to the policy. I'll send up a patch when I've gotten other issues resolved.
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