On 4/1/06, Leon <[email protected]> wrote: > > What about setting selinux to permissive? If you're going to leave it permissive permanently, then you might as well disable it. All permissive does is provide the overhead of running SELinux without actually providing any security. It's useful for troubleshooting. -- Chris "I trust the Democrats to take away my money, which I can afford. I trust the Republicans to take away my freedom, which I cannot."