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Hi everybody, I'm new in that great help place. my question is, how can I jail apache in a chroot directory with fedora? I know how do that action in Centos, modifying the /etc/rc.d/init.d/syslog file but in fedora it doesn't exists..I don't find anything in the internet
Thanks anyway

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> 1. Re: Selinux problems (James Allsopp)
> 2. Re: Fedora on Macbook Air? (Colin Paul Adams)
> 3. Fedora 12 on Sun Blade x6250 (Marcelo M. Garcia)
> 4. Re: How do I disable coredumps on F12? (Andre Costa)
> 5. Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell (Chris)
> 6. Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell (Ian Malone)
> 7. Problem with thunderbird message filters (Joachim Backes)
> 8. Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell (Sam Varshavchik)
> 9. LDAP authentication error (Luc MAIGNAN)
> 10. Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell (Tom Horsley)
> 11. SB driver in F12 ? (Luc MAIGNAN)
> 12. confirm (Austin Christain)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 09:34:01 +0000
> From: James Allsopp <jamesaallsopp googlemail com>
> Subject: Re: Selinux problems
> To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using
> Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
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> Yes, it seems to have worked, thank you!
> James
>
> 2009/12/9 Wolfgang S. Rupprecht <wolfgang rupprecht gmail com>
>
> >
> > James Allsopp <jamesaallsopp googlemail com> writes:
> > >I keep getting this SELinux issue, This is a new install of Fedora 12, and
> > >I just copied all of my home directory back to this machine from an
> > >external after install. I've tried running "restorecon /home" but no
> > >change.
> > ...
> > > You can execute the following command as root to relabel your computer
> > > system:
> > > "touch /.autorelabel; reboot"
> >
> > Did you read the above? Did you do it?
> >
> > -wolfgang
> > --
> > Wolfgang S. Rupprecht
> > If the airwaves belong to the public why does the public only get 3
> > non-overlapping WIFI channels?
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> Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 09:46:28 +0000
> From: Colin Paul Adams <colin colina demon co uk>
> Subject: Re: Fedora on Macbook Air?
> To: "Community assistance\, encouragement\, and advice for using
> Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Message-ID: <m3vdgg5vkb fsf colina demon co uk>
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> >>>>> "Tom" == Tom H <tomh0665 gmail com> writes:
>
> >> But how to get the Air to try to boot from the USB port?
> Tom> Try booting with "c" pressed (it is supposed to be for
> Tom> CDs/DVDs but it might work with a bootable external drive
>
> I actually meant with a DVD drive, but probably forgot to say that in
> my original message.
> This works up to a point. That is, I can begin the installation
> process, but when loading the kernel from the DVD, it soon comes to a
> halt (this is with F11, 64-bit, purely investigatory, as I shall try with F12
> once I have downloaded the ISO for that).
>
> >> "Chad" == Chad Kellerman <sunckell gmail com> writes:
>
> Chad>When it comes to booting from a disk drive, I believe the Air only boot OS's
> Chad> from a Super Drive. ( I read that somewhere once..)
>
> Chad>I think you want to look at http://refit.sourceforge.net/ that has all the
> Chad> documentation you need
>
> Hm. It doesn't actually answer my question outright, but I think the
> answer is I can't do it - I will need to retain a minimal Mac OSX
> partition. :-(
>
> (I can't spare the disk space for two OSes, as I use
> the Air as a repository for digital photographs when on holiday. I
> filled the disk last year with one day to go of a fortnight in
> thailand - fortunately the 8GB memory card on the camera didn't fill
> on the last day).
> --
> Colin Adams
> Preston Lancashire
>
>
>
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> Message: 3
> Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 11:06:51 +0000
> From: "Marcelo M. Garcia" <marcelo maia garcia googlemail com>
> Subject: Fedora 12 on Sun Blade x6250
> To: fedora-list redhat com
> Message-ID: <4B1F84CB 6070806 googlemail com>
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>
> Hi
>
> I'm trying to install Fedora 12 x86_64 in a Sun Blade x6250 with PXE
> boot but the installation hangs when loading Anaconda, both in graphical
> and text mode. I'm using the Sun management tool (Sun eLOM) to do the
> network install, maybe Fedora requirements are to high to this tool, but
> does anyone knows a work around?
>
> To test the text mode, I just added the word "text" to the end of line
> "APPEND" in pxelinux.0 file, like:
> LABEL Fedora 12 x86_64
> MENU LABEL Fedora 12 x86_64
> KERNEL images/Fedora/12/x86_64/vmlinuz
> APPEND initrd=images/Fedora/12/x86_64/initrd.img
> ramdisk_size=100000 text
>
> Thanks
>
> Marcelo
>
>
>
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 09:30:09 -0200
> From: Andre Costa <blueser gmail com>
> Subject: Re: How do I disable coredumps on F12?
> To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using
> Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Message-ID:
> <6d5924370912090330t6e53fbc5m15fe5320ad868152 mail gmail com>
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> Hi Ed,
>
> On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 01:57, Ed Greshko <Ed Greshko greshko com> wrote:
>
> > Andre Costa wrote:
> > > Hi Rick, thks for the reply. Comments below:
> > >
> > > On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 23:12, Rick Stevens <ricks nerd com
> > > <mailto:ricks nerd com>> wrote:
> > >
> > > On 12/08/2009 03:44 PM, Andre Costa wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > apps crashes are generating coredumps on /var/cache/abrt/* ;
> > > since I
> > > won't debug them myself and won't send them anywhere because
> > > they're too
> > > big, I would like to turn them off. I tried uncommenting
> > >
> > > #* soft core 0
> > >
> > > on /etc/security/limits.conf but it did not work, coredumps
> > > were still
> > > being generated.
> > >
> > >
> > > I believe you need to reboot for that to take effect.
> > >
> > >
> > > I did that, to no avail :-(
> > >
> > >
> > > Then I tried to set
> > >
> > > MaxCrashReportsSize = 0
> > >
> > > directly on /etc/abrt/abrt.conf, restarted abrtd but it didn't
> > > work
> > > either (oddly enough abrt-gui doesn't allow changing this
> > > setting, "ok"
> > > button is disabled -- not even if I run it as root).
> > >
> > > So, as a last resource I created a script on /etc/cron.daily
> > > to get rid
> > > of the coredumps, but I'd rather not create them in the first
> > > place.
> > >
> > > Anyone could give a hand?
> > >
> > >
> > > Well, you should also, as root:
> > >
> > > echo 'fs.suid_dumpable = 0' >> /etc/sysctl.conf
> > > sysctl -p
> > >
> > > That prevents suid programs from creating core files. You should
> > > also make sure that there is a line to the effect:
> > >
> > > ulimit -S -c 0 >/dev/null 2>&1
> > >
> > > is in /etc/profile so that all users have a core file dump limit size
> > > of 0 bytes.
> > >
> > >
> > > Cool, nice tips, will implement them and see if they finally free me
> > > from these damned coredumps =/ (IMHO there should be an easier way of
> > > doing that, considering this is a "new" feature shipped with F12)
> > >
> > Have you tried simply turning off the abrtd service?
>
>
> That's definitely an option, and it already crossed my mind, but the thing
> is that I'd really like to contribute with bug reports. My problem is not
> abrt per se, I actually like the idea, but I just can't understand why it is
> not easy to turn off coredumps generation since they're useless -- the
> smallest one I've got was 15M, which AFAIK would never be accepted as a
> bugzilla attachment (and it can get worse: Firefox keeps generating 350-450M
> coredumps when it crashes...).
>
> So, ideally I would keep abrt around, and just turn off coredumps
> generation. But, if worse comes to worst, I will end up disabling it
> completely -- which I think will be a step back, but...
>
> Regards,
>
> Andre
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> Message: 5
> Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 05:35:47 -0600
> From: Chris <racerx makeworld com>
> Subject: Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell
> To: fedora-list redhat com
> Message-ID: <20091209053547 443101a4 makeworld com>
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> On Mon, 07 Dec 2009 18:30:02 -0500
> Sam Varshavchik <mrsam courier-mta com> wrote:
>
> > Chris writes:
> >
> > > On Mon, 07 Dec 2009 18:06:12 -0500
> > > Sam Varshavchik <mrsam courier-mta com> wrote:
> > >
> > >> Some time ago, in F9-F10 era, there was a consecutive series of
> > >> about four kernels that were released that could not boot on one
> > >> of my machines. Somehow, I managed to survive this traumatic
> > >> experience without installing a completely different distribution.
> > >> I waved a magic wand, and continued to boot the last working
> > >> kernel, until a new one came out that worked on my hardware once
> > >> more.
> > >
> > > I agree - quoting from Louis Lagendijk;
> > >
> > > "The best way to avoid the problem might be to get grub to display
> > > the list of installed (assuming that the original F12 kernel worked
> > > for you) and select that kernel to boot from. Change the default
> > > line in /etc/grub.conf to automate that....."
> >
> > It just occured to me that there may be a large number of people who
> > are completely unaware of the fact that they can easily boot a
> > previous kernel.
> >
> > Some time ago, someone decided to set up grub by default to hide its
> > boot menu, so that it boots without delay. As such, some people may
> > not even know about this option.
> >
> > This is a perfect example of why hiding some complexity from the end
> > user is not always a good idea.
> >
>
> Thanks for the suggestions to all that helped me out. I am now past the
> kernel/reboot issue.
>
> --
> Best regards,
>
> Chris
>
> “It is always better to have no ideas than false ones; to believe
> nothing, than to believe what is wrong.�
>
> -- Thomas Jefferson
>
>
>
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> Message: 6
> Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 11:56:32 +0000
> From: Ian Malone <ibmalone gmail com>
> Subject: Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell
> To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using
> Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Message-ID:
> <124299980912090356j7d0b4905jfd4acbfcedd67291 mail gmail com>
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> 2009/12/7 Sam Varshavchik <mrsam courier-mta com>:
>
> >>
> >> "The best way to avoid the problem might be to get grub to display the
> >> list of installed (assuming that the original F12 kernel worked for you)
> >> and select that kernel to boot from. Change the default line
> >> in /etc/grub.conf to automate that....."
>
> Precisely, though there's no 'might' about it. Updated kernel fails to
> boot = boot to previous kernel instead. This is one of the easier
> update problems to work around, except that:
>
> >
> > It just occured to me that there may be a large number of people who are
> > completely unaware of the fact that they can easily boot a previous kernel.
> >
> > Some time ago, someone decided to set up grub by default to hide its boot
> > menu, so that it boots without delay. As such, some people may not even know
> > about this option.
> >
> > This is a perfect example of why hiding some complexity from the end user is
> > not always a good idea.
> >
>
> Yes, it does look more polished the way it is now, but what used to be
> really obvious (especially to someone who has always run dual boot
> set-ups), that you can boot an earlier kernel, is now an obscure piece
> of knowledge. Suggestions:
> 1. The grub boot screen should have an explicit message to this effect.
> 2. (More difficult to implement), autodetect failures to boot and
> explicitly offer the user the alternatives. (A la Windows, not
> everything they do is bad.)
>
> --
> imalone
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 7
> Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 13:05:56 +0100
> From: Joachim Backes <joachim backes rhrk uni-kl de>
> Subject: Problem with thunderbird message filters
> To: Fedora <fedora-list redhat com>
> Message-ID: <4B1F92A4 9010603 rhrk uni-kl de>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>
> Hi,
> I'm running the actual thunderbird (thunderbird-3.0b4) on F12.
>
> Having two accounts (1 IMAP, I POP), and I want to move all incoming
> emails for account-#2 (POP) to the IMAP-Inbox. So I made a filter with
> one entry: "Match all messages" as search criteria, and "move to
> IMAP-Inbox" as action.
>
> But this filter seems not to run, and when opening the error console
> window, I find a lot of messages:
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Error: [Exception... "'_javascript_ component does not have a method
> named: "handleEvent"' when calling method:
> [nsIDOMEventListener::handleEvent]" nsresult: "0x80570030
> (NS_ERROR_XPC_JSOBJECT_HAS_NO_FUNCTION_NAMED)" location: "<unknown>"
> data: no]
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Can anybody explain this behaviour? All comments are welcome.
>
> Regards
>
> Joachim Backes
>
> --
> Joachim Backes <joachim backes rhrk uni-kl de>
>
> http://www.rhrk.uni-kl.de/~backes
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> Message: 8
> Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 07:13:30 -0500
> From: Sam Varshavchik <mrsam courier-mta com>
> Subject: Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell
> To: Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using Fedora.
> <fedora-list redhat com>
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> Ian Malone writes:
>
> > Yes, it does look more polished the way it is now, but what used to be
> > really obvious (especially to someone who has always run dual boot
> > set-ups), that you can boot an earlier kernel, is now an obscure piece
> > of knowledge. Suggestions:
> > 1. The grub boot screen should have an explicit message to this effect.
> > 2. (More difficult to implement), autodetect failures to boot and
> > explicitly offer the user the alternatives. (A la Windows, not
> > everything they do is bad.)
>
> I think there's a way to install a one-time only grub configuration file,
> for the next boot. I'm not sure how it's done now, but I think suspend to
> disk worked this way before, to have grub boot some loader that restores the
> suspended image into ram. If restore failed, the next boot loaded the usual
> kernel.
>
> The kernel update can do that, and a start up script that runs at the end of
> the boot cycle then commit the permanent configuration file, at the tail end
> of the next boot.
>
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> Message: 9
> Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 13:13:26 +0100
> From: Luc MAIGNAN <luc maignan winxpert com>
> Subject: LDAP authentication error
> To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using
> Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Message-ID: <4B1F9466 3060209 winxpert com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
>
> Hi,
>
> I use an OpenLDAP server to permit users to log in their computers. All
> seem to be ok but for a while.
> After several days, users are required to change their passwords (I've
> never configured it) and they cannot do that (they are said they don't
> have enough rights to do this).
>
> Has anyone an idea to prevent the unsollicited change of password ?
>
> BR
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 10
> Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 07:34:41 -0500
> From: Tom Horsley <tom horsley att net>
> Subject: Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell
> To: fedora-list redhat com
> Message-ID: <20091209073441 013df972 tomh>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII
>
> On Wed, 09 Dec 2009 07:13:30 -0500
> Sam Varshavchik wrote:
>
> > I think there's a way to install a one-time only grub configuration file,
> > for the next boot.
>
> There are two ways: The one documented in the grub info file, and the
> one that actually works :-). Both involve "savedefault", but the
> grub "help savedefault" info is correct and the info file description
> of savedefault is completely bogus.
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 11
> Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 13:51:23 +0100
> From: Luc MAIGNAN <luc maignan winxpert com>
> Subject: SB driver in F12 ?
> To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using
> Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Message-ID: <4B1F9D4B 2000004 winxpert com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
>
> Hi,
>
> is there any driver available under F12 for Creative Labs SB X-Fi ?
>
> BR
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 12
> Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 14:05:12 +0100
> From: Austin Christain <austintik12 gmail com>
> Subject: confirm
> To: fedora-list redhat com
> Message-ID:
> <6df391ae0912090505j4687130em200917fa4d92bd80 mail gmail com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>
> thanks guys for what you are doing out there..i need you to send me
> info/material to help me with my LPI1 exam am already prepareing for
>
> thanks
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