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Re: test3: I thought selinux was disabled



Luciano Miguel Ferreira Rocha <strange nsk no-ip org> writes:

> But why remove the "selinux=0" option? It was a feature, to temporarily
> disable selinux when needed.

But doesn't the comment you replied to indicate it is just done more
completely.  But can still be set temporarily or do find it is hard
to reset?

> /etc/sysconfig/selinux SELINUX=disabled can do that, instead of just
> leaving selinux enabled without any policy loaded.  Before this new

Sounds like reseting would only require editing [...]/selinux.  And
maybe a reboot or possibly just a network restart or a kill -HUP on
something.

In other words can't you just abandon the Grub technique and use the 
[...]/selinux edit in the same fashion



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