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Re: Kismet and SELinux





Daniel J Walsh wrote:
> 
> 
> kismet is not allowed to read files in the home directory,   So you
> either need to move the ssid_map to a directory which kismet can read or
>  modify policy to allow kismet to read the homedir.
> 
> /var/lib/kismet is probably a better location.
> 
> Or modify local policy with
> 
> # grep kismet /var/log/audit/audit.log | audit2allow -M mykismet
> # semodule -i mykismet.pp
> 
> 

Thanks Dan, that is excellent - I will do one or other when I get back to
the machine tonight. I presume that the location of the ssid_map file is
defined in one of the config files for kismet, in which case it should be
straightforward to re-define it. If not then I will modify local policy (not
done that before so should be interesting for me!)

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