There is an attached device on the motherboard and the
NTP service tries to read data from it (the attached device link is in
/dev directory). Using SELinux
enforcing, the service status errors that it has not permission to access the device. Setting SELinux to
disabled, solve the problem but it's not the standrad way to do that.
I know someone should create a new SELinux policy in such situations. Assuming the
NTP service tries to read
/dev/gps0, can somebody give an example on how to write a SELinux rule for that?