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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?

on 9/20/2007 11:59 PM, Craig White wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-09-20 at 23:51 -0400, David Boles wrote:
>> on 9/20/2007 11:30 PM, Gene Heskett wrote:
>>> On Thursday 20 September 2007, Beartooth wrote:
>>>> 	I keep it set to -- supposedly -- NON-enforcing, because of the
>>>> warning in the installer against eliminating it; but it keeps making all
>>>> kinds of trouble, anyway. Can I just command "yum remove selinux"?
>>> No, but it can be disabled by only one method I know of, the kernels command 
>>> line in grub.conf.
>>> Append to it: selinux=0
>>> and reboot.
>> This way is, IMO, the crude way to do this. Turn SELinux off, if you chose
>> to do so, in the SELinux configuration file.
>> /etc/selinux/config
>> change SELINUX=enforcing
>> to SELINUX=disabled
>> When you eventually update to a newer version of Fedora there will be
>> better configuration GUIs available for you.
> ----
> got a problem with system-config-security?  
> On KDE, it's in Administration menu called Firewall and SELinux
> see selinux tab - changed to Disabled - click OK
> Craig

I have no problem with 'system-config-security' but not knowing which WM
he is using I tried to give a 'fits-all' type of suggestion so there was
no email tag will trying to find it in the menu.

Not everyone uses KDE. I use GNOME myself. So I would not really know just
were to find it in a KDE menu.


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