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Old 06-06-2011, 06:12 AM
Manuel Escudero
 
Default SELinux Twitter Issue in Fedora with Chrome & Chromium

Hi, I'm having a wierd issue with Google Chrome and Twitter in Fedora 15,the thing is, Twitter Won't load in Chrome 11 or Chromium 12 inside of Fedora

15 Lovelock, I tracked all the possible issues and then I got my Answer: The"guilty man" here was SELinux. Disabling SELinux temporally solved the problem

but I don't want to disable it forever, so I was wondering if there was some workaroundfor this.


Doing some more digging, I discovered that Twitter needs permission to use a HTML5Storage Feature, (Midori Told me) So I tried a webpage with HTML 5 examples and*

the result was as expected: Chrome crashed while rendering a Storage example.*After disabling SELinux temporally*the example works great.


So, Any Ideas?
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Old 06-06-2011, 06:33 AM
Manuel Escudero
 
Default SELinux Twitter Issue in Fedora with Chrome & Chromium

2011/6/6 Manuel Escudero <Jmlevick@gmail.com>


Hi, I'm having a wierd issue with Google Chrome and Twitter in Fedora 15,the thing is, Twitter Won't load in Chrome 11 or Chromium 12 inside of Fedora


15 Lovelock, I tracked all the possible issues and then I got my Answer: The"guilty man" here was SELinux. Disabling SELinux temporally solved the problem


but I don't want to disable it forever, so I was wondering if there was some workaroundfor this.



Doing some more digging, I discovered that Twitter needs permission to use a HTML5Storage Feature, (Midori Told me) So I tried a webpage with HTML 5 examples and*


the result was as expected: Chrome crashed while rendering a Storage example.*After disabling SELinux temporally*the example works great.



So, Any Ideas?
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<-Manuel Escudero->
Linux User #509052
@GWave: jmlevick@googlewave.com



@Blogger: http://www.blogxenode.tk/ (Xenode Systems Blog)
PGP/GnuPG: E2B4 31CE F2BF 1944 8664* 3E22 88C8 DFC9 4D7C 1B35




Solved With - "restorecon -R -v /home"

P.S. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=710276


Thanks!
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