using selinux, I saw many times that when relocating service dirs (eg:
mysql, mongodb, etc) putting a symlink in the original location, the
affected services fail to start due to missing lnk_file read permission.
As selinux works with target file label and it is path-agnostic (this
is, indeed, a major selinux feature), while is the lnk_file read often
not granted by default? Does granting it expose to additional attack
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Hello,I want to install Apache, MySQL and PHP on CentOS 8, but I don't like to disable SELinux. I know that SELinux maybe cause some problems and I want to configure it to protect my system. Which SELinux configuration and commands I must run?I'm thankful if anyone share the experiences.
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