Once I get it all figured out, I'll definitely send the information off to the packager. Again, excellent catch on mounting the disk to the default TOPDIR before installing the rpm. I cant wait to try that in a couple days.

I dont want to fork this thread, but I have a strong stance on this issue and I see it getting ignored a lot on many forums... SELinux is an awesome security framework and should never be disabled. It's like a firewall for processes. One wouldn't disable a firewall because it kept an required application from working, you'd figure out how to unblock the traffic. The same should go for SELinux. If a service or account gets compromised or abused, SELinux will keep it sandboxed so it can't affect other parts of the system.

On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 10:07, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell@gmail.com> wrote:

If it doesn't, you should report it to the packager.  RPMs are supposed
to set that stuff up so it works.  I normally disable SELinux to avoid
surprises anyway though, but most of my boxes are pretty well firewalled.