Hi guys. I have installed CentOS. Also i want install cPanel.I need disable SELinux and FireWall before installing cPanel.But SELinux doesn't have config file in /etc/selinux/. Mus... [by PROiSERV]
I have been using Fedora for about two years. I love it except one thing: I can not get used to SELinux. SELinux in Fedora evolves rapidly and it is not uncommon that an updated SELinux breaks up other things. So here is my question: is it really useful for a desktop which doesn't have a whole bunches of services running except OpenSSH? I am deciding whether to disable SELinux for good.
Hi all, i came across the following method of how to permanently disabling selinux and it's notifications. Although changing enforcement from the gui into permissive mode does most of the job, the notifications still pop-up when some applications are started.
So to disable it do the following:
I want to standardize my company on CentOS. Previously they used SL 6.2. I also want to disable SELinux until it is adopted better. I plan to standup the server and migrate the conf files over for the necessary services. Is there any implications given the SELinux and SL that I need to be aware of when migrating? Also this will probably be a physical to virtual migration.
After a lot of hair pulling regarding Apache not being able to write to files, I finally narrowed it down to SELinux. Now instead of going through the hassle of setting up SELinux permissions, I simply decided to disable it and edited the config file in the /etc/selinux folder and disabled SELinux.
Then I rebooted the instance and then my troubles began.
I'm trying to run Android version 4.2.2 on my device.
For some reason, SELinux is not installed.
I'm not talking about disabled/permissive/enforcing states, but on actually SELinux setup.
The SELinux files don't compile on build.
Does anyone know how to set SELinux, to be part of my build?