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October 26, 2006, 4:50 pm
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Re: SElinux Syslog
YANM="your assignment, not mine"
AIX, SELinux and Linux are all *nix, but may be substantially different.
AIX originally meant "Advanced IBM Unix".
SELinux is Linux designed to essentially disallow all actions unless they
are specifically allowed.
Under Linux, support for remote logging is explained in
$ man syslogd
Under AIX or SELinux, YMMV. Read the fine manuals. YANM.
When you have done your homework and your setup does not do what you
want, hope or expect, you may explore what is actually happening by
examining the network traffic with tcpdump or ethereal, which is now
called something else (wireshark, wiresnark? idk. check it out.) Do your
homework. Good luck. Your grades are important. YANM.
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