[otrs] Update of RHEL 4 broke my OTRS v.2.0.4 installation.

Nils Breunese (Lemonbit Internet) nils at lemonbit.nl
Tue Jul 25 14:38:40 CEST 2006

Stefan Högdahl wrote:

> Hi again.
> As always it seems that SELinux is the culprit. OTRS did work  
> before with this in the apache.te file:
> allow httpd_t policy_src_t:dir search;
> allow httpd_t usr_t:dir write;
> allow httpd_t usr_t:dir add_name;
> allow httpd_t usr_t:file create;
> allow httpd_t usr_t:file write;
> allow httpd_t usr_t:file append;
> but alas, now since the system was patched and updated (new RHEL4  
> release kernel 2.6.9-34.0.2.ELsmp) something broke.
> I've currently disabled selinux altogether, but that isn't a  
> longterm decision I'd like to do. If you can help me out with what  
> syntax I need to add to the apache.te file in order to have the  
> protection of selinux, I'd be really happy :)

I'm also interested in any tweaks to get OTRS to work with SELinux  
enabled, as I'm also currently running with SELinux disabled on the  
OTRS server.

Nils Breunese.
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