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Re: How to get rid of selinux

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gab_v wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have a Fedora 9 distr.
> I've lot of problem with SELinux, so I want to know how to get rid of it. In particular I am interested NOT in make SELinux status "Disabled" but to uninstall it. 
> I am not sure how to do it, also because I just started working with Linux OS.
> How can I do?
> I was thinking about 
> doing
> rpm -qa |grep SELinux
> and then 
> rpm -e ...
> But will it be enough?
> I want to do very safe commands since I need the computer at work.
> Thanks in advance
> p.s.  
> I said not how to disabled SELinux because I did it once and I did not solve the problem and, after that, I had a block at boot process.

libselinux is a core library of the Fedora System and some other Linux
Distributes, it can not be removed.  Policycoreutils includes restorecon
command which has been required by several other packages, so it can not
be removed either.  You should be able to remove other selinux packages.

yum remove selinux-poliycy

Should remove the policy package which is the largest package.  We have
not heard of SELinux disabled problems in years so saying it caused you
problems a while ago, probably was a very old version of Fedora or was
not an SELinux problem in the first place, or you really did not have
SELinux disabled.
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