On 11/15/20 9:43 PM, Bill Cole wrote:
> 2. On RHEL7 and its derivatives, the default SELinux policy includes a
> module for mailman's executable and data files which *in my experience*
> just works without modification when mailman is installed from an
> official RPM. It's even documented, if the policy docs are installed:

And several years ago (in the 2.1.5 timeframe), RedHat modified their
Mailman package to be FHS compliant for the specific purpose of avoiding
SELinux security violations.

See <https://wiki.list.org/x/8486953> and

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