Re: Question on Xandros

From: Dave Hall <dave-slg_at_no.spam.please>
Date: Mon Dec 10 2007 - 09:51:25 CST

Does Xandros have selinux included/enabled? That's one thing that could
result in a non-obvious permissions problem.

If you have selinux, you should be able to do the following:

'ls -Z' should show security context of files.

'id' and 'sudo id' should display your user and root security contexts.

Here's a little more explanation of what some of this stuff means:

Takes a bit to wrap your head around but once you do, it makes sense.
Received on Mon Dec 10 10:08:30 2007

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