I have to set SELinux
setenforce Permissive in order to give access to my samba share. I wonder if there is proper way to configure SELinux policy for fedora 17 as good admins do.
you would need to use
but first do this:
to see if selinux is already allowing samba activity.
if it isn't, here are some examples of what i would use (if i used selinux):
or something comparable depending on what your goal is with how strict you are trying to make it
alternatively you can use