I'm using SELinux (targeted mode) to confine a custom application . I used the command
sepolicy generate --init to automatically generate the contexts and rules, and everything went surprisingly well: all the resources are tagged with custom contexts, the applications works well.
However, I'm surprised that the configuration files under
/etc/customApplication are still tagged with the
Is there a reason why
sepolicy generate --init doesn't create a new
etc_t_customApplication context for these files?