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answered Setting up SSH Key securely for SCP/rsync to run without password
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accepted CentOS equivalent of RHEL php-pecl-zip package?
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comment CentOS equivalent of RHEL php-pecl-zip package?
@Eric, I followed the directions on the page you provided, and it worked. Thanks -- if you submit as an answer, I can accept it.
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asked CentOS equivalent of RHEL php-pecl-zip package?
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comment Lightweight alternative to R for RHEL?
NumPy did the trick. I'm not familiar with Python, and was uanble to get numpy.percentile(n, 95) working. Instead, I used the stats package from SciPy for the scoreatpercentile(n, 95) method to get the 95th percentile value.
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accepted SELinux: Limit httpd outbound connections by address and port?
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comment SELinux: Limit httpd outbound connections by address and port?
Thanks for the detailed answer, including the warnings about losing network capabilities.
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comment SELinux: Limit httpd outbound connections by address and port?
I'd like to control both the destination port and the destination address. I'm using RHEL 6.1.
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comment Best way to manage custom ports in SELinux
Thanks! I looked into this further and found that semanage port commands caused the creation or modification of /etc/selinux/(policy-name)/modules/active/ports.local. I also was able to define a new port list (e.g. ajp_port_t) in a local policy, activate that policy, and then use semanage to populate ajp_port_t.