keeping selinux enabled on centos 7
erkax last edited by erkax
I would like to install and configure Fog on Centos7, but I don’t want to disable selinux as requested by the how to about installing on RedHat clone/fork (CentOs, Fedora,…)!
SElinux is very usefull when you want to improve the security of your box, so do you have any information about using fog with selinux? I already checked on this forum (and google) but can’t find something usefull!
Do I have to install fog and then troubleshoot with some tools like audit2log? Or is it possible to find a “ready to use” policy with fog?
@erkax I will provide a link to my policy within the day.
Wayne Workman last edited by
@Jbob has a SELinux policy that you can test out.
Until then, you can set SELinux to “Permissive”.
If you are able to build an SELinux policy that is compatible with FOG, please post it so that others can benefit as well.