SAMBA share – ACCESS DENIED from Windows 7
in CentOS, Linux, Windows 7, Windows XP
Need to disable SELinux
|How do I turn off SELINUX in Redhat or CentOS?|
Run the following command to check if SELinux is running:
You can effectively disable it by running the following command
This will put selinux in a passive mode until the machine is rebooted. If you would like to permanently alter the attributes of selinux, view the SELINUX= line in /etc/sysconfig/selinux.