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Old 01-01-2008, 04:00 PM   #1
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Selinux ??

Fedora 8 i386.
The line below: System -> Administration -> SecurityLevel
as shown below, I can't find this in the Fedora 8 KDE menu,
how do I find it, I would assume their talking about Gnome

We got the same problem with fedora and selinux. We solved it by changing:
System -> Administration -> SecurityLevel
SELInux tab, exapnd the compatibility and check
o Allow the use of shared libraries with text relocation
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Looks like its the GNOME menu their talking about here. You can open a terminal and type: system-config-selinux to get the same up i think..i dont know the exact path on the menu to selinux in KDE..but that command should work no matter which desktop environment you are using.
Old 01-01-2008, 04:54 PM   #3
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System-config-selinux, is not what it is called in Fedora 8 anymore, It's called PolicyCoreutils.
And I can't find the line below to enable it in Selinux Administration.

"Allow the use of shared libraries with text relocation"

But Thanks for your help it got me on the correct path, if I can find the above line now I got it made.
I,m trying to install the software to get the new Tux-Droid working.


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