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This is useful to point out for Virtualmin GPL users, since there isn't an install script for them yet, but Virtualmin Professional users don't need to disable SELinux...We set SELinux to permissive during installation on all Fedora platforms. The targeted (and moreso the strict) policies simply are too restrictive for virtual hosting at this point. It's getting closer to being possible, but not yet unless we were to perform a lot of customization--and given that SELinux is horribly documented and horrible to configure at this point, I suspect any changes I made would just break a bunch of other stuff.
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