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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?



On Fri, 21 Sep 2007 13:04:13 -0500, Arthur Pemberton wrote:

> On 9/21/07, Beartooth <Beartooth swva net> wrote:
>> On Fri, 21 Sep 2007 00:13:31 -0500, Arthur Pemberton wrote:
>>
>> > I am normally in irc://freenode/fedora and such advice is rare enough
>> > there that I cannot remember it occurring. I would wager a guess that
>> > you have received at best, oversimplified advice.
>>
>>         Well, irc is one of the things like games that I'm careful for
>> personal reasons to make sure never gets installed, or gets removed at
>> once; so I can't speak to that. But I'll take your word for it.
>>
>>         To the best of my recollection, I have two sources. One is
>> READMEs, web boards, and sundry such venues for particular apps; the
>> other summarizes my experience -- rebooting quite commonly helps when
>> nothing else I try, including logging out and back in, is any help.
>>
>>         I doubt I run any apps that anyone here would consider unusual;
>> but it may well be that, autodidact as I am, I run them in unusual
>> ways. Or of course my impression could be off. <shrug>
> 
> 
> Please let us know, if you recall any details.
> 
> No userland apps or modules should require a restart as far as I
> understand.

	For starters, there's one on this thread -- in a post from Gene 
Heskett dated Thursday (i.e., Sept 20) at 11:30. It may be there because 
he's explaining about doing the disable in Grub : he answers my question 
about "yum remove selinux", saying :

> 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.

	I am watching for more.

-- 
Beartooth Staffwright, PhD, Neo-Redneck Linux Convert
Remember I know precious little of what I am talking about.


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