Disable selinux on centos 5

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In order to temporarily disable SElinux, you will need to run this commands;

setenforce 0

SELinux will be turned back on after a reboot.

In order to permanently disable SElinux, you will need to edit this file;


vi /etc/selinux/config

#----[edit the option like this: ]-------

SELINUX=disabled

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and then reboot the server. Your server should now have SElinux permanently disabled.

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