Tim: >> Hmm, if your printing, and any other problems, are down to SELinux >> stopping them from doing their thing, there ought to be SELinux logs >> about it. >> >> If you want to use SELinux, then you'd want to resolve them. SELinux in >> permissive mode does nothing to protect you, it's virtually an >> allow-anyway-and-log test mode. If you don't want to use SELinux, you >> may as well completely disable it. Timothy Murphy: > I completely disagree. > The OP seems to me to have quite enough problems > without worrying about SELinux. The poster had a problem where SELinux stopped printing (changing from enforcing to permissive made it work). I made the point that they might want to fix it, and a hint about where to look. Or if they didn't care about it, they may as well turn it off. It's not doing any good in permissive mode, and can still cause problems. > If you have a system that is working perfectly, try SELinux. > Until then, turn it off. Hey what?! That's what I said. Enforcing - SELinux on Permissive - SELinux pretending to do something Disabled - SELinux off -- (This computer runs FC7, my others run FC4, FC5 & FC6, in case that's important to the thread.) Don't send private replies to my address, the mailbox is ignored. I read messages from the public lists.