Installation: SELinux

ubiquill edited this page May 21, 2011 · 1 revision

Some Linux distributions (such as Redhat and Fedora) run the security service SELinux. SELinux helps to protect your files against unwanted changes. Unfortunately, if you are installing ThinkUp on a distribution that is running SELinux you must configure SELinux to allow Apache to write to the _lib/compiled_view directory.

Configuring SELinux to ignore Apache is probably the simplest way to fix this issue, but will remove some of the security that SELinux adds to your system. This can be achieved by executing the following as root:

setsebool -P httpd_disable_trans 1

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