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Old 19th November 2004, 02:24 AM
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Unhappy cannot open shared object file: Permission denied (Disable SELinux the only option?)

As I already mentioned in this thread I upgraded from FC2 to FC3 and now I get errors when syslogd, ntpd and portmap start up.

They all say

Code:
cannot open shared object file: Permission denied
One for glibc.so.6, one for libnsl.so.1 and one for glibm.so.6. People tell me to disable SELinux, but that can´t be the only resolution, right? I want these services to work and have SELinux enabled. Did the upgrade break something?

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