How to share a directory with Samba on Fedora or CentOS

Nowadays sharing data across different computers is not something new at home or many work places. Riding on this trend, modern operating systems make it easy to share and exchange data transparently across computers via network file systems. If your work environment involves a mix of Microsoft Windows and Linux computers, one way to share […]
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How to disable SELinux

Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is a set of kernel enhancements and user-space tools to enforce mandatory access control and security policies. When SELinux is enabled on your system, there may be cases where you would like to turn off SELinux temporarily, for example when you are experimenting with Apache or NFS server, and SELinux gets in […]
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