[CentOS] New user and stupid issue
peter at farrows.org
Mon Mar 20 23:07:23 UTC 2006
You can adjust is behaviour in /etc/selinux/config
I use this:
Sean Roe wrote:
> I think you are right about the selinux, I will test it later tonight
> because I have to go to co-lo cause I locked it up. To fix this do I
> need reload the OS? I know I enabled selinux during the install. Nope
> I never worked at etrade, used to have an etrade account though :)
> Rick Philbrick wrote:
>> Here's a stab in the dark are you running with selinux enabled ?
>> the commands getenforce and selinuxenabled should tell you if you are.
>> BTW- Did you work at etrade ? I knew a sean roe there but I am not
>> sure if he spelled it rowe. Sorry had to ask.
>> On 3/20/06, Sean Roe <> wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I am a new Centos user (old Red Hat and Debian user) and I'm having a
>>> very strange problem. I just installed Centos V4 and it appears to be
>>> running fine except for a weird issue. If I am on the systems console,
>>> I can write all kinds of files anywhere I choose. But if I am
>>> ssh'd in
>>> to the box it appears I can not write any files on the file systems.
>>> Since this box is across town, it makes it difficult to go to the
>>> console to make changes. Any guidance would be great.
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