[CentOS] selinux context for mm-handler?

Daniel J Walsh dwalsh at redhat.com
Thu Jan 5 14:04:35 UTC 2012

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On 01/04/2012 05:37 PM, Paul Heinlein wrote:
> I've got a Mailman installation running on CentOS 4 that I'd like
> to migrate to a CentOS 6 box.
> My big obstacle at present is getting Mailman's mm-handler Perl 
> script to run as a Sendmail local mailer with SELinux enabled.
> I've tried changing mm-handler's selinux context type a few times,
> but nothing has resulted in success:
> context              result -------------------
> ----------------------------------------- etc_mail_t
> sendmail can't execute mm-handler mailman_mail_exec_t  mm-handler
> can't load perl modules bin_t                mm-handler can't read
> Mailman data sendmail_exec_t      mm-handler can't read Mailman
> data
> I'm willing and able to whip up a local policy modification, but I
>  thought I'd ask if there's a standard solution to this problem; my
>  Google searches have so far proven ineffective at providing
> pointers to an answer.
Set it back to its default label and then tell me what AVC messages
you are seeing?
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