Posts Tagged ‘security

Today using the version of Pidgin that came with Fedora 10 I received the following certificate prompt: Accept certificate for ows.messenger.msn.com? The root certificate this one claims to be issued by is unknown to Pidgin. The majority of cases of unknown certificate issuers are due to the chain of trust breaking down. This break down […]

Once more SELinux has been playing up with the normal operations of a box. During the installation and set up of an Apache instance and a few virtual hosts I simply could not get around the dreaded error message: Starting httpd: Warning: DocumentRoot [/home/www/myhost] does not exist No matter which permissions and owners were given […]


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