Thank you guys for the help and patience. I just did a brief research on the security
thing, and found that it's really interesting :-) I found that using GUI (system
| Security Level), I can configure it very easily (since I have never used this before, I
don't know how to configure before touching the .autorelabel and reboot... Using this,
suppose that I just need to disable the protection of squid daemon and reboot it?
Need to go to sleep since I have to get up early tomorrow to work :-( Will continue
trying it later...
--- Paul Howarth <paul(a)city-fan.org> wrote:
The package is actually called selinux-policy-targeted
You may already heave the latest version anyway (1.17.30-2.80 I think).
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