Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English 日本語 Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub 7.3 Release NotesPreface1. Overview2. Architectures3. Important Changes to External Kernel ParametersI. New Features4. General Updates5. Authentication and Interoperability6. Clustering7. Compiler and Tools8. Desktop9. File Systems10. Hardware Enablement11. Installation and Booting12. Kernel13. Real-Time Kernel14. Networking15. Security16. Servers and Services17. Storage18. System and Subscription Management19. Virtualization20. Atomic Host and Containers21. Red Hat Software CollectionsII. Notable Bug Fixes22. General Updates23. Authentication and Interoperability24. Clustering25. Compiler and Tools26. Desktop27. File Systems28. Hardware Enablement29. Installation and Booting30. Kernel31. Networking32. Security33. Servers and Services34. Storage35. VirtualizationIII. Technology Previews36. General Updates37. Authentication and Interoperability38. Clustering39. File Systems40. Hardware Enablement41. Installation and Booting42. Kernel43. Real-Time Kernel44. Networking45. Storage46. VirtualizationIV. Device Drivers47. New Drivers48. Updated DriversV. Deprecated Functionality49. Deprecated Functionality in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7VI. Known Issues50. General Updates51. Authentication and Interoperability52. Compiler and Tools53. Desktop54. File Systems55. Hardware Enablement56. Installation and Booting57. Kernel58. Networking59. Security60. Servers and Services61. Storage62. Virtualization63. Atomic Host and ContainersA. Component VersionsB. List of Bugzillas by ComponentC. Revision HistoryLegal Notice Chapter 32. Security The ftp_home_dir SELinux boolean has been removed Previously, the user was able to login to the home directory despite the ftp_home_dir SELinux boolean set to off. With this update, the ftp_home_dir boolean has been removed. (BZ#1097775) 31. Networking 33. Servers and Services Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.