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  1. RHEL
  2. RHEL-16542

feat: Import code for fapolicyd system role

    • rhel-system-roles-1.23.0-2.4.el8
    • sst_system_roles
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      .New RHEL System Role for configuring `fapolicyd`

      With the new `fapolicyd` RHEL System Role, you can use Ansible playbooks to manage and configure the `fapolicyd` framework. The `fapolicyd` software framework controls the execution of applications based on a user-defined policy.
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      .New RHEL System Role for configuring `fapolicyd` With the new `fapolicyd` RHEL System Role, you can use Ansible playbooks to manage and configure the `fapolicyd` framework. The `fapolicyd` software framework controls the execution of applications based on a user-defined policy.
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            rmeggins@redhat.com Richard Megginson
            rmeggins@redhat.com Richard Megginson
            Patrik Končitý Patrik Končitý
            David Jez David Jez
            Petr Hybl Petr Hybl
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