When I try to connect to my VPN in fedora 20 it doesn't work and a SELinux alert pops up.
SELinux is blocking Openvpn from opening a .pem key file stored in my documents that is needed to log into my VPN. I attempted to troubleshoot but the given solutions didnt work. Is there a way to give openvpn permission to open files?
I have installed git on Red Hat Enterprise 6 with AD group control and SSL Cert .
Everything works fine if I do setenforce 0 ( set SELinux in detection only mode ) or
if I do semanage permissive -a httpd_t (Set httpd_t in detection only mode)
I do not want to use this on my git production server.
Hello, first timer here. I set up apache2, mysql, php5 and myphpadmin on a fedora 17 install. Somewhere along the line I disabled SELinux and then later renabled it to Enforcing (screwing up my permissions).