this command bizarrely does not stop (I killed it after one hour)...
audit2allow /var/log/audit/audit.log (as root)

On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 2:09 PM, Stephen Gallagher <step...@gallagherhome.com
> wrote:

> On Mon, 2011-10-03 at 13:50 +0200, Mathias Schnydrig wrote:
> > Thanks for the hint: It seams that SELinux caused the problem. As soon
> > as I disabled the whole SELinux, the repository can be added. Is there
> > a better solution then disabling SELinux, like changing some access
> > rights? I'm don't know SELinux very well so can you tell where I have
> > to change the permissions, or at least where I can find usable
> > information?
>
> Try issuing the following command (as root):
>
> audit2allow /var/log/audit/audit.log
>
> Paste the results here and I'll help you sort out what you need to
> change in your SELinux setup to get it working. (Or, if appropriate,
> where to file a bug against SELinux.)
>
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