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Greetings, I'm being asked to create a Linux policy that stops unconfined daemons in SELINUX.  On the bugsite for Fedora 19, we are seeing this bug:  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=759049.  The bug states that Dell Openmanage requires unconfined daemons, but while in the works, the EOL'd Fedora 19.

I am asking if RHEL6/7 has fixed this issue with unconfined daemons for SELINUX for RHEL 6, and if so, how do we set it in LINUX to run properly?

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Judging from the activity on that bug thread, I would say it was not resolved.  Comment 17 provides some insight on possible solutions, but no implementations were offered.  I'm guessing it is left to userland to figure it out.
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