Daniel J Walsh
dwalsh at redhat.com
Wed Feb 23 17:10:18 UTC 2005
>I've got Fedora 3 set up with Mysql, php. In order to access the Mysql database I had to
>disable SELinux, which is not what I want to do. What do I need to do in order to run
>Mysql with SELinux on my websites?
>I know this is a huge problem because I googled the error messages I was getting and it
>was only by trial and error that I discovered the reason why I couldn't write to a
>configuration file and access mysql was because of SELinux. I couldn't even connect
>with mysql administrator (which supposedly doesn't work with the 3.x version) as a root
>user on the system.
Please update to latest policy, and reenable selinux. You will need to
relable the file system.
yum upgrade selinux-policy-targeted
>Any tutorials and/or insight?
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