SELinux last straw
tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie
Fri Oct 19 13:21:01 UTC 2007
Chris G wrote:
> But it is, it runs and outputs messages in my logs which say that it
> has stoppped some things which would otherwise have happened (apache
> access to some files if I remember).
> OK, this isn't actually 'running' it but from a users point of view
> it's no different. If, when asked if I want X installed I say no and
> then later I see in my logs 'X has done something', what else am I to
Just to be clear:
Do you have "SELINUX=disabled" in /etc/selinux/conf
and you still get SELinux messages from apache?
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