[ic] Re: Standard catalog Customer Entrance or Admin Interface =
"Interchange not available"
helpinghand at gmail.com
Fri Feb 29 17:07:12 EST 2008
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 1:16 PM, Gert van der Spoel <gert at 3edge.com> wrote:
> So apparently you get [SELinux] by default, courtesy of Fedora.
Well, thanks Fedora.
I suppose those of us too clueless to know what SELinux is probably
should be protected from ourselves, so I can't fault the folks at
For anyone similarly clueless who stumbles on this thread, if you
issue a "locate selinux" command and get back a boatload of hits ...
"You might be running SELinux."
I edited /etc/selinux/config, changed SELINUX=enforcing to
SELINUX=disabled, and rebooted the machine. Having tried almost
everything else, I really had high hopes that this was going to
magically resolve the problem, but sadly it did not.
My failure happens much more quickly now, though; instead of waiting
minutes, I'm only waiting about 30 seconds for the bad news. That's
Thanks again to everyone who's offered suggestions. I still have a
bit of reading to do before I try rebuilding VLINK, and I may try
going back to UNIX-mode now that SELinux is out of the picture, just
to stay busy in the meantime.
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