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  1. RHEL
  2. RHEL-19043

fix: Print an error message when module to be created doesn't exist

    • rhel-system-roles-1.23.0-2.4.el9
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      .`selinux` role now prints a message when specifying a non-existent module

      With this release, the `selinux` RHEL System Role prints an error message when you specify a non-existent module in the `selinux_modules.path` variable.
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      .`selinux` role now prints a message when specifying a non-existent module With this release, the `selinux` RHEL System Role prints an error message when you specify a non-existent module in the `selinux_modules.path` variable.
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      Enhancement: Print an error message when module to be created doesn't exist

      Reason: When specifying a non-existent file with `selinux_modules.path` the role fails with an informative message that the module file that you try to install doesn't exist.

            rmeggins@redhat.com Richard Megginson
            rmeggins@redhat.com Richard Megginson
            Richard Megginson Richard Megginson
            Vaclav Danek Vaclav Danek
            Mirek Jahoda Mirek Jahoda
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