The use of domain in this way stems from traditional TE models, where domains and types are separate. Any files you create while SELinux is disabled will not have SELinux context information.
At the least you may need to relabel the file system, and it's possible you will be unable to boot with to your kernel command line to turn system-call auditing off. When on, it provides information about the system-call that was executing when SELinux generated a You can read the files from a non-SELinux distribution, or one with SELinux disabled.
In a non-enforcing mode, the application is not stopped from traversing the directory tree, and would receive a denial message for each file read in the directory.
rules will likely produce a large amount of audit information, most of which is irrelevant to your denial.
SELinux in Fedora Core 2 is nonfunctional due to kernel and policy incompatibilities.
The infrastructure and procedures in place for Fedora Core 3 should protect against the problems that occurred during kernel updates to Fedora Core 2. The information in this FAQ is valuable for those who are new to SELinux.
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This can provide extremely granular control for actors in a Linux system.
There is no difference between a domain and a type, although domain is sometimes used to refer to the type of a process.