/etc/default in Fedora

Daniel J Walsh dwalsh at redhat.com
Mon Mar 19 14:05:50 UTC 2012

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On 03/17/2012 11:25 PM, Dave Quigley wrote:
> On 3/17/2012 7:17 AM, Daniel J Walsh wrote: On 03/17/2012 05:38 AM,
> Matej Cepl wrote:
>>>> On 17.3.2012 10:18, Daniel J Walsh wrote:
>>>>> Here is the current httpd man page.
>>>>> http://people.fedoraproject.org/~dwalsh/SELinux/httpd_selinux.html
OK, in the end it IS a wiki ...
>>>> http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/DistrosDefaultLayout?action=diff&rev1=46&rev2=47
Suggestions for further edits are welcome.
>>>> Matěj
> I would also suggest they use setroubleshoot.
> Suggesting setroubleshoot is fine but you need to also tell them
> how to set it up when they are running without X. One guy told me
> that setroubleshoot is fine and all but all his machines are
> headless so he doesn't have X and the nice little applet to notify
> him. I had to correct him and send him a reference to your page on
> how to set up setroubleshoot on headless machines so that the
> messages are sent to another box or to an email account.
> Dave

Which brings up an interesting idea, I have been having, is there a
better way of getting the setroubleshoot data from one machine to
another.  Originally setroubleshoot was designed to be able to push
analysys upstream but we never turned it on.  Now that we have
simplified the XML output, we could look at allowing it to some how
centralize its analysys, using a protocol more robust then email  If
anyone has a good idea of how or where we should do this, I am all ears.

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