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Revision as of 16:11, 2 June 2008

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This page is a draft only
It is still under construction and content may change. Do not rely on the information on this page.

Contents

SELinux Trouble Shooting Tool (setroubleshoot)

Documentation Summary

Purpose: How to install, and troubleshoot SELinux with setroubleshoot

Audience: Individuals who are unfamiliar with the setroubleshoot application in Fedora.

Assumptions: The reader has a default installation of Fedora which includes the desktop components. The reader has a user account with the default settings. The reader does have access to the root password.

Related Documents:

Lead Writer: PauloSantos


SELinux - setroubleshoot Guide

Table of Contents

New Contributions (To Be Assimilated, Borg-style)

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NOTES FOR VOLUNTEER WRITERS

WHAT IS COMPLETED

(./) Correct documentation draft structure.

(./) Import the the original guide from setroubleshoot hosted project page.

(./) Add navigation controls.

WHAT IS NEEDED

{OK} Do manual corrections to the wiki pages.

{OK} Update the old material to explain enhancements added to the Fedora 7 release.

{OK} Clean up the admonitions and other special formatting.

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Add totally new content on a new page
If you want to add new content to the guide, you can create a new page within the "Setroubleshoot Guide". Just add the new topic under the "New Contributions" section. First create the link to the new page, then follow the link to the new blank page. Add your new material. We can discuss the best location for your material in the guide later on.

Working Notes

Print Entire Document

Use this link to view all sections of this document in one page.

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