Do you use SELinux

Dotan Cohen dotancohen at
Sat Jun 9 12:32:08 UTC 2007

On 07/06/07, Matthew J. Roth <mroth at> wrote:
> There was recently an article about SELinux on Slashdot.  The comments
> contain some useful ideas, including enabling SELinux in permissive
> mode.  In permissive mode, security violations are logged but not
> enforced.  This allows you to configure SELinux for your system prior to
> setting it to enforcing mode, which is a good alternative to simply
> disabling it as soon as it causes a problem.

This is exactly how I do it. Permissive, to learn and to test, but not
to interrupt.

Dotan Cohen

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