Mark Constable <markc(a)renta.net> writes:
Okay so I guess if I ramble on about my Archlinux attempts then it
be dismissed out of hand.
Definitely not! :-)
A user called "irtimmer" has submitted a storaged
source package to the Archlinuxs AUR repository and I ended up maintaining
the cockpit-git package. Archlinux currently uses systemd v209 by default.
Oho, cool! But please don't advertise these two packages as 'stable' or
'useable' just yet...
FWIW cockpitd and cockpit-ws seem to run but when I browse to
I can't login, most likely because of this...
Feb 25 17:49:21 tosh cockpit-ws: PAM unable to
/usr/lib/security/pam_sepermit.so: cannot open shared object file: No
such file or directory
Cockpit has its own PAM module, and you need to adjust it for your
distribution. I think there is no good way around this, or is there?
There are no standard selinux packages for Archlinux but there are a
range of selinux source packages in the AUR repo.
Cockpit doesn't depend on SELinux, it's just that our current PAM config
file is very Fedora specific because we were lazy. Let's fix that now!
I'll try to strip it down so that it works out of the box with upstream
PAM (if there is such a thing).