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2018-03-25 20:48:33 -0600 asked a question What is a reasonable way to type linguistic IPA symbols on modern Fedora?

I'm looking for a reasonable way to type IPA symbols on Fedora 27+. I have seen resources for doing so on other distros and older Fedora, but they are outdated. I'm mostly looking to see what others have done to make this work in a reasonable way.

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2012-10-31 10:30:33 -0600 answered a question Ask Fedora now causes browser encryption warnings

Yep, we're looking into this right now.

Feel free to track here: https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/3545

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2012-02-01 20:21:58 -0600 marked best answer How can I limit the size of an SELinux Sandbox's home directory?

You could enforce disk quota's but this affects not just sandbox.

Create a user just for sandbox usage and then use disk quota's to manage that users disk quota's.

Sandbox uses Linux Control Groups to manage Sandbox CPU and RAM resources.

There is a CGroup I/O controller but i do not think it can be used for this exact purpose. I think it "provides proportional bandwith control" e.g. i suspect it could be used to limit i/o bandwith for sandbox.

I also do not believe you can achieve your goal by making a policy instead of using Sandbox.

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2012-01-29 18:29:27 -0600 asked a question How can I limit the size of an SELinux Sandbox's home directory?

I've recently been experimenting and playing with SELinux sandboxes, and they are a great tool for things like safe code evaluation (think sites like tryruby.org and tryclj.com).

I was wondering if it's possible to limit the maximum size of a sandbox's home directory. I know that it's possible to limit CPU usage and RAM usage in /etc/sysconfig/sandbox. man selinux.conf doesn't seem to show any such variables to tweak for disk size. Would this involve making a policy and using that instead of sandbox_x_t?

Thanks.