[CentOS] Problem with SeLinux and syslogd

Jim Perrin jperrin at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 15:49:53 UTC 2006

> But why this?
In modifying the files (whatever you did), you changed the selinux
contexts of them. This change in context is seen as in conflict with
the Mandatory Access Controls that selinux puts into place. ls -Z has
more information.

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George Orwell

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