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original text first, then the changed text:]
The first two steps should read as follows, to reflect a package
mistake and a fore-shortened step.
1. Install a policy and the policy utilities with yum install policy
2. Create or edit /etc/sysconfig/selinux and set SELINUX=permissive in
it. The file should have the standard permissions set with chmod 644
It might help to do another relabeling, so fix the last step to read:
4. Reboot your system. Check /var/log/messages for avc: denied
messages. You may need to relabel the files again now that you are
running fully under an &SEL; policy domain. Resolve any issues while
still in permissive mode, and once you can boot without avc denials,
set SELINUX=enforcing in /etc/sysconfig/selinux.
Need to get this from CVS to f.r.c/docs.
Version-Release of FAQ
Fixed in CVS, on p.r.c/kwade/fedora-docs/selinux-faq-en:
Reopening because of an error in the HTML build:
</a></dt><dt>Q:. <a href="index.html"#id3342630>
What is SELinux policy?
</a></dt><dt>Q:. <a href="index.html"#id3342714>
What are file contexts?
</a></dt><dt>Q:. <a href="index.html"#id3342813>
Throughout the ToC the href tags have the #idxxxxxxx outside of the ""
This doesn't happen in the standard build, so I'm assuming it's in the
package built to go to f.r.c/docs.
I found out where the problem is. The HTML generated is fine, and the
PHP generated from the DocBook HTML is fine. It is the script that
converts from PHP to HTML for the website that messes up the links; it
looks for all hrefs that end in .php and converts them to .html. I'll
ask the script writer to look at it.
Although the behavior still exists on the fedora.r.c/ site, going to
reclose this bug as no longer relevant, i.e., the secondary problem
wasn't related to this bug.