[CentOS] r-x and r-x.

Tue May 28 15:12:16 UTC 2013
Daniel J Walsh <dwalsh at redhat.com>

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On 05/28/2013 10:06 AM, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
> Johan Vermeulen wrote:
>> Op 25-04-13 19:41, m.roth at 5-cent.us schreef:
>>> John R Pierce wrote:
>>>> On 4/25/2013 5:01 AM, mark wrote:
>>>>> Two things: unless this is a laptop, shut down NetworkManager -
>>>>> there is *no*  use for it in a wired environment.
>>>> doesn't it handle DHCP too?   or is there an alternate mechanism for 
>>>> that?
>>> Dunno if it does, but network certainly does. I would expect dhclient
>>> to be installed by default, and so it's merely a matter of making sure
>>> that it says BOOTPROTO="dhcp" in 
>>> /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-<whatever>
>> I finally tested this further ( in the mean time I did NOT disable any 
>> selinuxes but worked with cron ) :
>> #chcon -t bin_t /usr/bin/rsync
>> works.
>> chcon :  change file SELinux security context
> <snip> Warning: you may have needed to read further: a chcon doesn't last
> through a reboot. To make that permanent, you need to do: semanage fcontext
> -a -t bin_t /usr/bin/rsync
> You can make sure that took effect with restorecon -v /usr/bin/rsync
> mark
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It does last through a reboot but not a relabel.  Which is why the semanage
fcontext is important.
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