[CentOS] selinux disable but still working

Seán O Sullivan seanos at seanos.net
Mon Mar 12 13:19:36 UTC 2007

In /etc/sysconfig/selinux
SELINUX should be set to 'SELINUX=disabled', not 'SELINUX=disable'



Alessio Cecchi wrote:
> Alle 13:01, lunedì 12 marzo 2007, Will McDonald ha scritto:
>> Once you've switched selinux off in /etc/sysconfig you need to reboot, or
> In sysconfig selinux is off:
> SELINUX=disable
> but when reboot i have always waring and problem about selinux.
> So i can't unserstand if selinux is really disable.
> Thanks
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