Thanks for your reply, looks like that may be what I need. :)
I assume again this wont upset teh running of the machine when this is
Also is theis change persisteant after reboots?
Is there a way for making a new policy to allow the required actions
instead of removing the dontaudit all together?
On 17 April 2010 00:45, Daniel J Walsh <dwalsh(a)redhat.com> wrote:
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The problem you are seeing is dontaudit rules. snmp is not allowed to
read content within the users home dirs. If you want to turn off
dontaudit rules you can by executing
Will turn the rules back on.
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