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Re: Something positive for this nice monday morning



On 3/27/06, Tim <ignored_mailbox yahoo com au> wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-03-27 at 08:29 +0200, Roger Grosswiler wrote:
> > I've never checked the policy tough...what is standard? permissive?
> > i've just installed it yesterday...
>
> It's probably prest to enforcing then.
>
> If you use Gnome, there's a "security level" control GUI listed in the
> adminstration menu.
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I installed FC5 about a week ago on my web server (was FC1 or 2 I
believe) and have left the SELinux to default settings and it works
well other than I had to use semanage to add permissions for httpd on
a non-standard port.  At home I did a fresh install as well (was using
FC4 at home). For my home system I used the GUI to change SELinux to
none as I was having a minor flash plugin install problem.  Turns out
that wasn't the issue, just a few cobwebs in my head that day I guess.
 But some of the comments I've seen on the list is that for a home
user it's not really a security problem to disable SELinux.  But for a
server they recommend it.

Other than that I am very impressed with FC5.  I also note faster
bootup as well as faster starting of applications.  Two thumbs up here
as well.

Jacques B.


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