Ok, so this should be an interesting one.I'm trying to run php-5.2.12 on a RHEL 5.4 server with php-5.1.6 installed on it. I have to continue running php-5.1.6 on everything except... [by guapo42]
on 02/16/2010 – Made popular on 02/16/2010
This is a little OT, but I hope that someone here could help me privately...
The challenge is Redsleeve (EL6 for arm) was developed on armv5 and
works just fine on armv7 if you have an armv7 kernel, which I do with
the Fedora 19 remix.
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.
I am learning SELinux from LinuxCBT and I'm stuck at one place. Now video is on RHEL 4 (so tell me if things has changed since, cause I can't find anything related) shows how to disable SELinux security on httpd. It's following way
I have a Linux server that I should consider many security points because Security is the most important point for my server. After searching a lot, I found that SELinux, AppArmor and GreSecurity patches. In addition, many articles recommend SElinux for final decision.
I recently encountered an issue where I had installed 32 bit RHEL 6 server on a 64 bit hardware. I did some research and found that RHEL 6.0 has PAE enabled in 32 bit machines that allows the user to use upto 64 GB RAM in a 32 bit OS.
However, RHEL 6 server 32 bit with PAE still has the limitation that a single process at any time could use the maximum address space only upto only 4 GB.
I recently encountered an issue where I had installed a 32-bit RHEL 6 server on a system with a 64-bit processor. I did some research and found that RHEL 6.0 has PAE enabled on 32-bit machines, which allows the user to use up to 64 GB of RAM in a 32-bit OS.
However, RHEL 6 server 32-bit with PAE still has the limitation that a single process can only have a maximum address space of up to 4 GB.