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Re: [K12OSN] Impress crashing .. ver 2.3



First, thanks for the help, Dave.  I agree with your selinux eval, but
though I should try it as more stuff is including it now. Unfortunately, I
am writing again...

More evidence.  Selinux disabled, firewall disabled (server is behind
another firewall anyhow).  Impress still crashes with same symptoms at a
thin client.  It runs fine from the console and through VNC.

Any suggestions?

BK

-- 
Brandon Kovach
Logan-Rogersville R-8 Schools
Technology Director


> I have always set selinux to disabled on the boxes. I have never had
> any good experiences with selinux set to permissive.
>
> Sincerely,
> Dave Hopkins
> Newark Charter School
>
> On Dec 13, 2007 11:58 AM, Brandon Kovach <bkovach logrog net> wrote:
>>
>> I searched and searched yesterday and found several things regarding
>> Impress crashing.  So I uninstalled (via yum) openoffice 2.0.4 that
>> comes
>> stock to the box, in k12ltsp 6.0 32 bit.  Then I installed the LNG java
>> from sun ... 1.6 I think. Then I installed, via rpm, openoffice 2.3.1
>> from
>> openoffice.org.  I set the exception=openoffice.org in yum.conf and
>> still
>> nothing.  I found the SE linux deal, and set that to permissive.  That
>> got
>> the applications running.  However, Impress still crashes now.  But
>> different than yesterday, it crashes at random after you start a
>> presentation.  Yesterday, it crashed right off the bat.  Now, I may get
>> a
>> slide or two in before it crashes.  I have some reservations about how
>> SE
>> linux was actually set to permissive by the GUI tool, as it took parts
>> of
>> a second to do when on install, it takes a minute or two to change.
>>
>> Any help?
>>
>> BK
>>
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>> Brandon Kovach
>> Logan-Rogersville R-8 Schools
>> Technology Director
>>
>>
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