I was looking for the solution to missing SELinux policies for systemd-homed in F37. There are community members who have created custom SELinux policies, but I found that there are systemd-homed file types, contexts and policies already created in the SELinuxProject / refpolicy project.
My questions is to community members who has SELinux experience - what would be the proper way to add systemd-homed policies from the SELinuxProject/refpolicy project ?
The files containing systemd-homed:
I’m willing to spend time experimenting if someone could give/point to instructions.
The homed policy addition in the ref are still incomplete and are for reference. The one that’s mentioned in the fedora-selinux policy are also incomplete and not fully tested, hence why they were not merged.
My idea was to “extraxt” homed related stuff from refpolicy and add it to my installation properly (as a custom policy, I guess) so I could test it. Maybe I need to find instructions on how to achieve that…
Anyone could give me hints on how to put a proper PR to get homed reference policies from SELInux refpolicy project into Fedora’ SELinux policy project ? I know how PR works in general, but how to make that cross-project ?