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If you're running RHEL with SELinux enabled (and enforcing), you can check out this: 4.3.*Confined and Unconfined Users If it's command line only, you're covered. If it's x session, then ...
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    If you're running RHEL with SELinux enabled (and enforcing), you can check out this:

    4.3.*Confined and Unconfined Users

    If it's command line only, you're covered. If it's x session, then firefox could be restricted with permissions, acls, etc.

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    I am using RHEL5 and it is NOT selinux-enabled.

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