I can no longer su to root
When i log in via ssh as a normal user (user is in the wheel group also) and try to su to root with the su - command I dont even get prompted for the password. It just ignores the request and gives me my normal user prompt back.
I figured out that is I disable selinux (setenforce 0) I am then able to su without issues.
I can however login directly as root via ssh even though I add PermitRootLogin no to the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file. (See this thread: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...orking-610278/
So here you can see my problem. I want to disable root login via ssh, but I can not until I can make sure I can su to root from a normal account.
Does anyone know of a special boolean for selinux or something I need to do to correct this?