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Re: selinux not enabled



Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Hi
> 
>>>>
>>>>     
>>>
>>> This should be SELINUX=enabled
>>>   
>>
>>
>> The comments in /etc/selingux/config and the FAQ both say
>> SELINUX=permissive, and neither one mentions "enabled".  The FAQ says to
>> use "permissive" first to check whether there are any problems before
>> taking the plunge.  Is "enabled" really correct, because then it's a bug
>> in both the FAQ and the default config file that they are not mentioned.
>>
>>  
>>
> Yes, Enabled is correct. if you want to suggest improvements to the FAQ
> please file them in bugzilla.redhat.com against the document

Then what does "enabled" mean?  Is it the same as "permissive" or
"enforcing", or is it something else altogether?  If "enforcing", how do
I get "permissive" behavior?

I'll give it a swing now and see whether this does what I want.

-- 
Sjoerd Mullender <sjoerd acm org>

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