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Re: disabling selinux entirely



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Thierry Sayegh De Bellis wrote:
> John Aldrich wrote:
>> I thought that by setting selinux to "disabled" in the config file, I
>> wouldn't be bothered by it's alerts any more. How do I stop SELinux
>> from running, period? I don't want any alerts from SELinux regarding
>> stuff I'm trying to install.
>>
>>   
> I am in no way an expert at SELinux which I just do not use but wouldn't
> something like
> echo 0 > /selinux/enforce
> do the trick as a workaround till you perform said reboot?
> 
> just wondering out loud...
> 
> Thierry
> 
That command and setenforce 0 are the same.  Both put the machine into
permissive mode.  But these commands will not stop the AVC messages from
being reported.  (Although they will only be reported once per denial).


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