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RE: RE: Newbie question

From: Edward Harvey <eharvey_at_chilsemi.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 00:07:23 CEST

> > Apparently the most recent releases of Fedora and Redhat Enterprise
> > use SELinux which enforces additional access restrictions
> beyond those
> > used by the basic filesystem for Apache. I used the
> > system-config-securitylevel command to configure SELinux to stop
> > adding additional file access restrictions to my httpd and
> it started
> > working.

This is an important thing to improve upon -- It seems, selinux has some
way of *specifying* which type of operations are permitted, on which
files, something something...

My present solution is to disable selinux, but this is unwise in places
that run apache and similar services exposed to the internet. Hence I
haven't put together any documentation on how to "correctly" configure
selinux to allow this.

Joe (or anyone else) if you do this, please post your findings here, as
I'm sure it would be valuable to add to the docs.

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