[CentOS] ejabberd 2.0.2 vs SELinux vs CentOS 5

Damian S dsteward at internode.on.net
Sat Oct 4 16:25:39 UTC 2008

To answer my question, I have found the allow_execmem boolean, and set

So, should I file a bug with someone?

Also, I'm thinking I might run into more problems with SELinux silently
interfering with ejabberd later on, so maybe I should disable SELinux
and be done with it.

Does anyone here run ejabberd with SELinux enabled?

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