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On 01/20/10 12:21, AlannY wrote:
> Hi there. I'm new in SELinux world. I'm trying to setup SELinux in Archlinux. Everything seems ok.
> Everything successfully built and even runs.
> But when I'm trying to do something with SELinux (semanage, semodule), I'm getting to following error:
> %# semanage login -l
> /usr/sbin/semanage: SELinux policy is not managed or store cannot be accessed.
> I don't know what I can do in this situation. I've already asked on Archlinux forum about this problem,
> but there are no experts in SELinux, so no one answered.
> Sestatus tells me, that SELinux is working:
> %# sestatus
> SELinux status: enabled
> SELinuxfs mount: /selinux
> Current mode: permissive
> Mode from config file: permissive
> Policy version: 24
> Policy from config file: refpolicy
> When I'm trying to go to enforcement, the system is hang off. I think, it's normal, because of AVC deniels in log.
> I can solve it by creating new module, but I cannot load it, because of 1st error (not managed/not accessed).
> %# id -Z
> What can I do?
> I think, that my problem is with version mismatch of selinux tools (checkpolicy,semanage) and refpolicy.
> Where can I check it? Currently I have:
> That everything I have.
> Thanks for patience.
I was getting the same thing until
I did sudo /usr/sbin/semanage *
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