On 8/20/2013 1:19 AM, olli hauer wrote:
> On 2013-08-20 01:41, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
>> I think he meant "subversion-1.6.11", which is the default version for
>> CentOS 6.4.
> Check the SELinux settings in /etc/sysconfig/selinux.
> Set the line to 'SELINUX=permissive' (or disabled)
> After changing the SELINUX value a reboot is required
> Additional add a trailing '/' so you config looks so.
A better way to handle SELinux issues is to:
- To see whether you are in permissive or enforcing mode
# setenforce permissive
- Run this before doing your tests
Then use the various SELinux troubleshooting tools to see what errors
were logged while in permissive mode. Once you have fixed your issues,
you can use "setenforce enforcing" and then re-run your tests.
The command line troubleshooting tool is:
# sealert -a /var/log/audit/audit.log
Received on 2013-08-20 14:49:32 CEST