Sean O Sullivan wrote:
> david wrote:
>>> Is this another example of SELinux messing in FC4?
>>>> This sounds similar to the problem Im having with SAMBA
>>>> Any thoughts??
>>>> If you think SELinux is causing your problem, wouldn't the obvious
> step be to disable SELinux, see if your problem still exists, if not,
> then you know the cause...
>> You can then make a decision whether you wish to continue using
> SELinux or not.
Im reading http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/selinux-faq-fc3/ (which
specifically refers to FC3) and SELinux seems to be a very complicated
thing to work with as it would appear to have many levels of security.
Im thinking a reinstall without including SELinux might be the best
option to avoid hours of studying the complexities of SE at this point
andthen install it when everything is up and running??
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