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Installing linux/selinux kernal headers

I'm trying to build the newest version of glibc (2.19) on CentOS 5.6 and I've run into some issues The documentation of glibc says that I need at minimum the linux kernal headers 2.6.19 (even if this ...
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What are the main impacts of SELinux, from an administration point of view?

Thanks to Wikipedia and others, we can have a vague idea of what SELinux is. I understood it gives ways to handle permissions more precisely, but I'm really not aware about how. The question would ...
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SELinux access only to opened files

I am studying SELinux. Using SELinux, can a binary be allowed to access files opened by its parent process, and no other files? If it cannot, then we should enhance it.
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SELinux transition from unconfined_r to user_r

On a Fedora 18 machine, I have the following SELinux context as a regular user created during installation: $ sestatus SELinux status: enabled Loaded policy name: targeted ...
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semanage command not changing file context

I am trying to change selinux context for upload directory to enable anonymous upload. This is the Directory path /var/ftp/upload This is the default context [root@server ftp]# ls -Z upload ...
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Disabled SELinux then rebooted, but reboot seems to have hanged?

I disabled SELinux by editing /etc/selinux/config to include the line SELINUX=disabled This change requires rebooting to activate, so I did that. I'm now sitting in front of a black screen with ...
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Prevent FTP transfer from failing when FTP server is restarted

When downloading large files (ca. 5GB) with the lftp client, I find that a restart of the FTP service (vsftpd) stops the transfer and I have to restart it from the beginning. Is there a way to prevent ...
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Configuring SELINUX to allow logging to a file that's outside /var/log

I have a daemon that uses syslog(3) to log to a file that is not a descendant of /var/log. Currently, this requires that SELINUX be disabled. How can I configure an enabled SELINUX to allow this ...
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Selinux what's the right context for module like imagemagick /usr/bin/convert

I have an application I need to call from php, but selinux is preventing execmem for the application. I want to set the right context rather than allow bin_t or httpd_user_script_t execmem access. I ...
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Trying key based password-less SSH login to remote computer but still being asked for password

Trying to SSH in to remote computer but still asking for password. I have a number of computers running SElinux and only one of them is giving me a hard time using ssh without the password. I did ...
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How to set up VPN on a new Fedora 16 install?

I have a new Fedora 16 install with Gnome and want to use VPN. The instructions at Riseup.net say if the certificate is not read because SEinux is enabled then I need to put my riseup.pem in ~/.cert. ...
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SELinux issues when adding rules

On my laptop I use Fedora 17 distro for the first time and I'm having some issues adding rules to semodule An example: # grep httpd /var/log/audit/audit.log | audit2allow -M mypol # semodule -i ...
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Allow SSH Password Login on Local Network

I have a home server running Fedora 16 I'd like to be able to access remotely via SSH. For users with sudo access, they should only be allowed to connect from the WAN with a key, but I want to allow ...
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Sticky Bit and SELinux

I recently got the question how sticky bit and SELinux play together. I only found this one site about Linux Permissions on Fedora Are there any other concerns using sticky bits and SELinux together? ...
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Disable SELinux context

I've a RHEL 5 machine with SELinux disabled. sestatus -v SELinux status: disabled What is the effect of SELinux context on a user's home directory? ls -lZ -d zxtdfg drwx------ zxtdfg dba ...
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Should Gentoo's Hardened profile / SELinux be used on normal desktop computers?

well, the title pretty much says everything. I'm installing Gentoo on my machine, and I'm wondering whether I should use SELinux or not for a desktop computer. I'd also like to know if there are any ...
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Making SELinux play nice with OpenVPN (in NetworkManager)

I have been trying to use OpenVPN to connect to my work network. Using it via the command line works fine: openvpn user.conf I haven't bothered to set it up with DNS properly though, and it looks ...
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SELinux allow http requests on Fedora 14

I have a Fedora 14 instance on Amazon EC2 and I want to make an http request from that instance to another one in the same amazon security group. When I use wget to make the request it works fine. ...
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Where did SELinux go?

I am compiling a new kernel, and want to enable SELinux but don't see it in menuconfig anywhere. The only framework under security options is Tomoyo.....so I ask, what happened to SELinux? Both ...
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Sandbox tool on OpenSUSE with operation not permited

I have installed Se Linux on my OpenSUSE 11.3 system. All configuration are correct. When I use the sandbox tool: > LANG=C sandbox -X -H sehome -T tmp -t sandbox_web_t firefox /usr/bin/chcon: ...
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How do you boot linux with networking disabled?

Is there some way to disable networking by passing a kernel option through grub? Prefereably I could only disable 2 interfaces, but disabling all networking would be okay also. My use case is that I ...
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Empty folder and kernel panic when trying to get SELinux working

I have very strange things with SELinux. My post may be will bit disordered, because I'm not completely understand what is going on. Before all the story, I had good and very stable Linux ...
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“Slave” user accounts in GNU/Linux

How to make one user account to be like root for some other user account, e.g. to be able to read, write, chmod all it's files, chown from this account to master and back, kill/ptrace all it's ...
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Problems in starting mysql server

I'm trying to start the mysql server on fedora 12. service mysqld start gives me an error: MySQL Daemon failed to start. Starting MySQL: [FAILED] More details ...