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Re: SELinux preventing mail on Openshift Origina Fedora 19.



Can you send the AVC denials? I think "aureport -a" should do the job. 

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> On Dec 22, 2013, at 12:34 AM, "Lager, Nathan T." <lagern lafayette edu> wrote:
> 
> So, i have an OO running, on fedora 19. 
> 
> I have a wordpress app running, with a contact form. 
> 
> Whenever the contact from is used, the message is not sent.  The error returned is permission denied (in /var/log/maillog). 
> 
> If i setenforce 0, it works, this is obviously not a fix, just troubleshooting.  So selinux appears to be the issue. 
> 
> Fedora was, for some reason, using sendmail rather than postfix, so i tried switching to postfix, this didnt help. 
> 
> The error in maillog with postfix is: 
> Dec 22 00:22:21 strife postfix/sendmail[25834]: fatal: chdir /var/spool/postfix: Permission denied
> 
> While sendmail looks like this: 
> Dec 22 00:08:51 strife sendmail[21105]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(529f36b7516de23ea3000002): can not chdir(/var/spool/clientmqueue/): Permission denied
> 
> I've tried the usual troubleshooting.  Restorecon'd on the given directory, tried sealert on /var/log/audit/autit.log.  Nothing seems to be pointing me in the right direction. 
> 
> How can i allow contact forms in my apps?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
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