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[vox-tech] selinux woes



Hey all,

For the two people on Earth who don't yet know it, I'm
running Fedora Core 5 from Redhat. You probably also
know that this comes equipped with SE Linux, which
I've left on for, well, enhanced security.

I'm hosting a website on the system and want to post
some pictures as part of the site. I'm coding my HTML
manually 
and am calling my images with a standard <IMG
SRC="mypic.jpg"> tag. Trouble is, when I point my
browser to the server's webpage and try to view the
images, I get "broken gif" images. If I try posting a
link to the image with <A HREF blah blah </A> instead,
I get "403 forbidden" when I click on the link.

I've never had this problem before I switched to using
later versions of FC that have SE Linux installed, so
I've reason to suspect it's the problem. Any ideas?

Matt


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