I have to set SELinux setenforce Permissive in order to give access to my samba share. I wonder if there is proper way to configure SELinux policy for fedora 17 as good admins do.
I have to set SELinux setenforce Permissive in order to give access to my samba share. I have also enabled null password in smb.conf for user admission as it was a simple way. I wonder if there is proper way to configure SELinux policy for fedora 17 as good admins do.
I've successfully shared some family photos on my server (Fedora 17) using Samba. This share works perfectly provided SeLinux is set to permissive. My wife can access the whole photos directory tree from her XP computer. However, the minute I set SeLinux to enforcing her access disappears.
I did Configuration samba at FC 17, i need make folder and subfolder share can access some samba users, but have error "//ip samba server/folder_share is not accessible. You might not not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions....
Hi all, i came across the following method of how to permanently disabling selinux and it's notifications. Although changing enforcement from the gui into permissive mode does most of the job, the notifications still pop-up when some applications are started.
So to disable it do the following: