I am on centos 6 ,I have enabled selinux and also installed setroubleshoot
yum install setroubleshoot which install all the necessary packages for sealert.
I am having some issues with sealert not giving me reports on things selinux are blocking.Example, when I access webpages, I get forbidden error, and if I put selinux in permissive state the webpage works.
I have been using Fedora since fc17, and selinux has been giving me errors using fprintd, printer and other pre-installed applications. I have always depended upon selinux for troubleshooting purposes. I have recently upgraded to Fedora 18, and have notice no selinux alerts at all. I have checked to ensure that selinux is on and working properly, and it appears to be. With that said...
We are celebrating the SELinux 10th year anversary this year. Hard to believe it. SELinux was first introduced in Fedora Core 3 and later in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. For those who have never used SELinux, or would like an explanation...
We have selinux running in permissive mode on a RHEL 5.3 server. Disabling it is not an option, nor is installing a different syslog solution such as syslog-ng. I have setroubleshoot messages that keep polluting /var/log/messages.
I've installed F18 TC4 and it's running pretty well, with the exception of a SELinux issue that I can't resolve, probably due to the fact that I've never had any previous SELinux problems and I know nothing about it.
Anyway, it's the printer driver that is generating the error and the troubleshooting tips don't help.
I'm using the Testing repositories, and I'm trying to configure SELinux. I found a guide for setting it up in Debian HERE, and I've edited all the appropriate config files, but I have a big problem. When I try to install selinux-policy-default, Apt wants to remove EVERYTHING that makes the system usable, including all kernels, ALSA, and all of the Xorg drivers.
I'm using F19 xfce spin with chrome as my browser. I'm not able to stream to my chromecast and I'm 90% sure its SElinux blocking it. on opens us opens us I had the same issue and it was the firewall blocking it.
I've used fedora in the past but have always disabled selinux. I'd like to troubleshoot the issue instead of disabling selinux, but I don't know where to begin.