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 worked all night on creating an RHEL 7 template customized for our private cloud and almost had it ready. While doing the final part, enabling GDM, I made the blunder of disabling SELINUX. Now I am not able to re-enable or put into permissive mode again. Earlier, when this happened on RHEL 6 (maybe 2 years ago) I remember a restart cleared the issue but now it isn't.
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:
I'm trying to run Android version 4.2.2 on my device.
For some reason, SELinux is not installed.
I'm not talking about disabled/permissive/enforcing states, but on actually SELinux setup.
The SELinux files don't compile on build.
Does anyone know how to set SELinux, to be part of my build?
OK, so I just upgraded to fedora 12 via clean install with old /home partition and deleting old config files, and here is my issue. I need to edit the menu, and I need to set SELinux to permissive. OOo will not run with SELinux enabled for some reason, and besides, all my systems use SELinux in permissive. These two options no longer exist in the menu, and are very important to me.
I encountered a weird problem. When my seLinux is running as enforcing i am unable to run python scripts from the browser. Its displaying 500 internal server error.But when i enabled permissive mode for selinux its running successfully.
My Perl programs runs successfully in either mode.