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comment Trouble setting up wireless fedora 17
Emphasizing what slm said: Since F17 is past its end-of-life, it no longer receives any sort of updates, including security updates. So if for example someone was to discover a critical SSL vulnerability, you're not going to get fixes. F20 is the current release, and F21 is coming Real Soon Now.
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comment control apache referrer to restrict downloads in htaccess file
Please remember that referrer restrictions are only useful for preventing unsophisticated people from accessing a site. Anyone mildly familiar with HTTP will be able to fake the necessary headers and access the server anyway.
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accepted SELinux re-labeling problem while attempting to run OpenVPN
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comment SELinux re-labeling problem while attempting to run OpenVPN
I think you nailed it. You should post that as an answer.
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comment SELinux re-labeling problem while attempting to run OpenVPN
Ooo, interesting thought. I will try that out.
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comment SELinux re-labeling problem while attempting to run OpenVPN
@JoelDavis I've updated the question. It appears that openvpn_t is defined.
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comment Is it possible to create a “file” that can be used by any process without actually saving the file on disk?
Stephane: good to know, I've added this to the answer.
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comment Is it possible to create a “file” that can be used by any process without actually saving the file on disk?
@CodeBlue, note that the first solution does, as I indicated, require Bash. If you're using a different shell there might be a different syntax (or there might not be an equivalent feature).
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answered Is it possible to create a “file” that can be used by any process without actually saving the file on disk?