SELinux Reset

Justin P. Mattock justinmattock at
Sat Aug 8 05:09:16 UTC 2009

Peter Joseph wrote:
>> You mentioned that you were experimenting but you didn't elaborate ,
>> were you trying to install refpolicy or something?
> --
> I was studying the effects of Boolean settings on the system (yes I am new
> to all this) and during my last trial I got distracted and did not record
> the changes.  As I said before, I am going to trash the system and start
> allover again.  I don't want to waste anyone's time trying to resolve this.
> If  I pinpoint the cause I will post the results.  Everyone's help is
> greatly appreciated.
> ps
> The "enforcing=0 autorelabel" does not work either.
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enforcing =0 should work.
are you putting it the right area in grub/lilo?

also you should be able to just change
set to permissive mode to avoid using the boot command line.

setenforce 0
echo 0 > /selinux/enforce

to put the policy in permissive mode until things get cleaned.

Justin P. Mattock

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