Thanks for you help, again!
Here is the output:
[root@shiva jay]# chcon -t bin_t /usr/local/squidclamav/bin/*
You have mail in /var/spool/mail/jay
[root@shiva jay]# ls -lZ /usr/local/squidclamav/bin
-rwxr-xr-x root root system_u:object_r:bin_t squidclamav
I will reboot, and check the system as it starts up.
Currently, i use system-config-securitylevel to re-enable squid.
Which file can i edit to do this from the command line?
Daniel J Walsh wrote:
Jayendren Anand Maduray wrote:
> Thank for your response, i really appreciate it.
> Squid clam binary is located in:
> I isssue:
> [root@shiva jay]# chcon -t bin_t *`which /usr/local/squidclamav/bin/`
> and get error:
chcon -t bin_t /usr/local/squidclamav/bin/*
But the relabel should have done that for you.
ls -lZ /usr/local/squidclamav/bin
Should show files marked as bin_t. Now turn on squid (IE change the
boolean and restart the service).
What AVC messages are you seeing now?
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