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You have a very strange situation. It's really quite bizarre that any vendor would base a "network switch" on Fedora; with its very short 13-month lifecycle it would be very difficult to support. Unless, of course, they made it impossible to install or update anything, which they seem to have done. And that opens you up to security holes... So if you want ...
Fedora 14 is now unsupported. You can't install or use repositories because since it is unsupported. There are no more repos and updates for Fedora 14. You have three options: upgrade to the newest Fedora, migrate to CentOS, or try to compile what you need (I think the last way is a dead end). The Fedora project only supports the last two versions of the ...
The manpage for apache_selinux mentions that # semanage permissive can be used to allow specific processes to run in permissive mode. # semanage permissive -a avahi_t I suggest finding some more detailed info on its usage Though, it might be wise to find a better solution than simply "allowing a service permissive" access controls; especially when ...
Running this service as init_t is probably not a great idea. The reason you get this behaviour is because tvheadend is probably labelled bin_t, and no transition rule exists to move a file of this type out of the init_t context. You can search this to know for sure.. $ sesearch -s init_t --type -c process | grep bin_t This command returns no results. No ...
When you use sqlplus from the host machine, sqlplus uses IPC communication. When you try to connect to the Oracle instance remotely, you will use tnslistener. IS your listener running? lsnrctl status If yes, then maybe it's your firewall. Turn off the built-in firewall and try again /etc/init.d/iptables stop
You could fix this using audit2allow to create a custom policy module audit2allow -M custom_avhi <file_containing_AVC-denied messages ******************** IMPORTANT *********************** To make this policy package active, execute: semodule -i custom_avhi.pp
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