Andrew, > My administrator is a little hesitant to disable SELINUX. Are there > permissions > that we can give the ldm to user specifically instead of totally disabling > SELINUX? Undoubtably, SELINUX on Fedora Core 3 Linux can be configured to allow the LDM to use the syslog(8) daemon to log to the LDM log file. Unfortunately, we don't know how to do that (we always just disable SELINUX). One alternative would be to set the SELINUX variable to "permissive", which would log warning messages instead of preventing usage. I think such a warning would be printed for every LDM log message, however. Another alternative might be to create a directory for LDM log files in the /var/log directory and then link to it from the LDM user's home directory, e.g., su -c 'mkdir /var/log/ldm' su -c 'chown ldm /var/log/ldm' ln -s /var/log/ldm ~ldm/logs The 'ldmadmin newlog' command might not work in this case, however. If you do learn how to configure the SELINUX package to allow the LDM to log to its log file, then please let us know and we'll document it for others. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: UGB-524529 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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