Fedora: How to disable SELinux

SELinux stands for security-enhanced Linux. It’s probably too secured and caused a lot of file errors.

Here’s how to disable SELinux in Fedora Core 10. It’s probably more or less the same for previous versions or other linux platforms.

To disable selinux at command prompt, run:

setenforce 0

To disable permanently, edit /etc/selinux/config and change:


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