curl - Transfers data from or to a server, using one of the protocols: HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, FTPS, SCP, SFTP, TFTP, DICT, TELNET, LDAP or FILE. (To transfer multiple files use wget or FTP.)...
Booleans allow parts of SELinux policy to be changed at runtime, without any knowledge of SELinux policy writing. This allows changes, such as allowing services access to NFS volumes, without reloading or recompiling SELinux policy.
The getsebool -a comm...
The chcon command changes the SELinux context for files. However, changes made with the chcon command do not survive a file system relabel, or the execution of the restorecon command. SELinux policy controls whether users are able to modify the SELinux co...
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Foxit Reader is a multilingual freemium PDF tool that can create, view, edit, digitally sign, and print PDF files...
Read one line from the standard input, (or from a file) and assign the word(s) to variable name(s).
The first character of delim is used to terminate the input
line, rather than newline.
Display prompt on standa...
Troubleshooting SELinux Issues on CentOS
To use SETroubleShoot, it's possible to generate additional logs for solving some troubles.
Messages from SETroubleShoot are sent to /var/log/messages and /var/log/setroubleshoot/* ....
The export command is one of the bash shell BUILTINS commands, which means it is part of your shell. The export command is fairly simple to use as it has straightforward syntax with only three available command options. In general, the export command mark...
1. $$ is the process ID (PID) of the script itself.
2. $? is the exit status of the most recently-executed command; by
convention, 0 means success and anything else indicates
3. $BASHPID is the process ID of the current instance of B...
1. Creating variables
Variables are case sensitive and capitalized by default. Giving local variables a lowercase name is a convention which is sometimes applied. However, you are free to use the names you want or to mix cases. Variables can also contain ...
The problem is that your users root directory is writable, which isn’t allowed when using chroot restrictions in the new update.
To fix this you must either remove write permissions on the users root directory with the following command, replacing the d...