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Old 04-15-2008, 03:47 AM   #1
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Lightbulb problem with booleans


HI ALL
can u give me more info about booleans
what are the booleans.
in the RHCE certification exam we need to apply the boolean on server
configuration.
so which boolean we should on
there are many boolean given in the man pages
should we on the all boolean or paticular boolean on paticular server
can u named me about those booleans
 
Old 04-15-2008, 04:24 AM   #2
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Give some what more in formation the best thing known of course are the booleans expressions 1) If 2) and 3) ore
You use in a search to find a certain information those 3 expression are translated in nearly every language
But it is also a way of building a data base
In nearly every programming text book you will find a lot of information about using the boleaan expressions and how to use it



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Old 04-15-2008, 11:24 PM   #3
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HI ALL
can u give me more info about booleans
what are the booleans.
in the RHCE certification exam we need to apply the boolean on server
configuration.
so which boolean we should on
there are many boolean given in the man pages
should we on the all boolean or paticular boolean on paticular server
can u named me about those booleans
when we enabled the SELinux policy in linux and if we don't apply boolean
on servers then nobody can access the server
to apply the boolean we use {"setsebool"} command
to see the list of boolean we use {"getsebool"} command
there are many booleans given
plz named me some booleans that are needed to apply on servers
 
Old 04-16-2008, 11:49 AM   #4
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Dear yadava,

enable SELinux, and look at the /selinux/booleans directory. You'll find booleans there.
 
Old 04-17-2008, 11:56 PM   #5
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when we enabled the SELinux policy in linux and if we don't apply boolean
on servers then nobody can access the server
to apply the boolean we use {"setsebool"} command
to see the list of boolean we use {"getsebool"} command
there are many booleans given
plz named me some booleans that are needed to apply on servers
there are many booleans that are given in /selinux/boolean directory
suppose if we apply all booleans on a server then there will be no benefit of enabling the SELinux any one can access the server easily
and if we do this step in RHCE certification exam then our some marks is diducted
plz named me those booleans that are actually needed to apply on the server configuration
 
Old 04-18-2008, 09:16 AM   #6
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Dear yadiva,

It depends on the questions asked on your RHCE exam. For example, if you're asked to configure a Samba service, you'd have to enable those booleans needed to activate that service, with the desired functionality.

And I can't tell you what the actual questions are,
1) Because of the NDA
2) Because the actual questions vary - even if there is a braindump available, it may not do you any good
 
  


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