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On 08/18/10 07:52, Paul Moore wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-08-18 at 10:26 +0000, TaurusHarry wrote:
>> Hi SELinux exports,
>> When I am trying to build the lspp_test.pp provided by
>> audit-test-2090/utils/selinux-policy/lspp_test.* along with the
>> refpolicy-20091117 source code, I copied lspp_test.* files to
>> policy/modules/apps/ and then modified policy/modules.conf to declare
>> "lspp_test = module", but I run into below error message ...
> Is there any reason why you copied the lspp_test policy files to the
> refpolicy sources and tried to build it there? I'm not completely sure
> that this is the cause of your problem but I can say for certain that
> this is not a tested procedure for building the lspp_test module.
I wouldn't expect this to introduce problems, unless the headers in the
policy source didn't match the target system's base policy.
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