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Jan
5
comment Change one IP without disrupting connections to second?
While that worked to change the IP without restarting the interface, as soon as I deleted the old IP address I lost the virtual IP as well. pcs status showed the service as stopped, and I couldn't figure out any way to get it to start again, short of deleting and recreating the virtual IP service. So, unfortunately, while it looked promising that approach didn't work.
Jan
4
revised Change one IP without disrupting connections to second?
Fix title
Jan
4
asked Change one IP without disrupting connections to second?
Dec
31
comment View custom selinux policies
@Aaron I do, yes
Dec
31
comment View custom selinux policies
@Aaron: I'm not finding an "export" option in the semanage man page. I did find an option to output booleans and contexts I have changed, which is helpful, and an option to enable/disable policies based on module name (which might explain why it took so long for me to get a clean run, if the name of the policy created by audit2allow makes a difference), and list module names, but no export option I can see. Maybe it's a combination of flags to the module command?
Dec
31
revised View custom selinux policies
Clarified the OS being used.
Dec
31
asked View custom selinux policies
Dec
23
accepted SELinux allow access for perl script via log rotate
Dec
22
comment SELinux allow access for perl script via log rotate
@chicks Not yet. I figured I'd leave it off for another day, and make sure the audit logs remain clear, now that the allow policies are in place.
Dec
22
comment SELinux allow access for perl script via log rotate
Well, THAT produced a slew of errors in the audit log. We'll see tomorrow if running audit2allow on them cleaned it up.
Dec
21
revised SELinux allow access for perl script via log rotate
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Dec
21
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Dec
21
reviewed Approve SELinux allow access for perl script via log rotate
Dec
21
asked SELinux allow access for perl script via log rotate
Oct
10
comment Authenticate SMB connections on OpenBSD using Active Directory
That clears things up. Thanks!
Oct
10
accepted Authenticate SMB connections on OpenBSD using Active Directory
Oct
8
comment Authenticate SMB connections on OpenBSD using Active Directory
That article only references Debian and RHEL based OS's that use PAM authentication. My understanding is that OpenBSD does not use PAM, and furthermore, one of the commands they say to use- net ads join -U administrator - doesn't even exist on OpenBSD (although maybe it just needs installed?)
Oct
6
asked Authenticate SMB connections on OpenBSD using Active Directory
Jan
5
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
13
accepted sftp gives permission denied only when chrooted?