I keep getting SELinux error messages that state "SELinux is preventing samba (/usr/sbin/smbd) "search" to / (fusefs_t)." and the like, seems that pretty much everything I do generates some kind of error. I currently have SELinux set to permissive but I don't want to continue to run that way.
A new rpm for mode_security F12 simplified the rules to get it started.
In the conf files the logs directive say to specify the path to the dir and make sure it exits.
As this dir list shows ther are several.
The suggested top dir is /var/log/msa
I have trouble with samba, my old config from samba 3.6 don't work for 4.03 f18. The most clients windows and linux machines can r/w/c share files, but the androids users can browse the share and delete files but no more operations are permitted, why this?