Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX N2469R wrote:
When I install a new version of Fedora I leave Selinux on until
it prevents me from doing something important.
This time Selinux caused Apache to fail reading its configuration
file where I specified the document root. Once again, as always,
off with Selinux.
I don't know if Linux really needs Selinux. If it does, it
needs something that doesn't get in the way of normal
Take a peek at the presentation on SELinux I did for Colorado Software
Summit at http://people.redhat.com/tcameron
- I cover putting Apache
stuff in the wrong location and talk about how to get around it.