Part II. Managing Confined Services

Table of Contents

12. Introduction
13. The Apache HTTP Server
13.1. The Apache HTTP Server and SELinux
13.2. Types
13.3. Booleans
13.4. Configuration examples
13.4.1. Running a static site
13.4.2. Sharing NFS and CIFS volumes
13.4.3. Sharing files between services
13.4.4. Changing port numbers
14. Samba
14.1. Samba and SELinux
14.2. Types
14.3. Booleans
14.4. Configuration examples
14.4.1. Sharing directories you create
14.4.2. Sharing a website
15. File Transfer Protocol
15.1. Types
15.2. Booleans
16. Network File System
16.1. NFS and SELinux
16.2. Types
16.3. Booleans
16.4. Configuration Examples
16.4.1. Enabling SELinux Labeled NFS Support
17. Berkeley Internet Name Domain
17.1. BIND and SELinux
17.2. Types
17.3. Booleans
17.4. Configuration Examples
17.4.1. Dynamic DNS
18. Concurrent Versioning System
18.1. CVS and SELinux
18.2. Types
18.3. Booleans
18.4. Configuration Examples
18.4.1. Setting up CVS
19. Squid Caching Proxy
19.1. Squid Caching Proxy and SELinux
19.2. Types
19.3. Booleans
19.4. Configuration Examples
19.4.1. Squid Connecting to Non-Standard Ports
20. MariaDB (a replacement for MySQL)
20.1. MariaDB and SELinux
20.2. Types
20.3. Booleans
20.4. Configuration Examples
20.4.1. MariaDB Changing Database Location
21. PostgreSQL
21.1. PostgreSQL and SELinux
21.2. Types
21.3. Booleans
21.4. Configuration Examples
21.4.1. PostgreSQL Changing Database Location
22. rsync
22.1. rsync and SELinux
22.2. Types
22.3. Booleans
22.4. Configuration Examples
22.4.1. Rsync as a daemon
23. Postfix
23.1. Postfix and SELinux
23.2. Types
23.3. Booleans
23.4. Configuration Examples
23.4.1. SpamAssassin and Postfix
24. DHCP
24.1. DHCP and SELinux
24.2. Types
25. OpenShift by Red Hat
25.1. OpenShift and SELinux
25.2. Types
25.3. Booleans
25.4. Configuration Examples
25.4.1. Changing the Default OpenShift Directory
26. Identity Management
26.1. Identity Management and SELinux
26.1.1. Trust to Active Directory Domains
26.2. Configuration Examples
26.2.1. Mapping SELinux users to IdM users
27. Red Hat Gluster Storage
27.1. Red Hat Gluster Storage and SELinux
27.2. Types
27.3. Booleans
27.4. Configuration Examples
27.4.1. Labeling Gluster Bricks
28. References