Archive for December 1st, 2008

Follow the below directions to turn off selinux on a CentOS server. SeLinux can cause many issues and if your server is behind a properly configured firewall as well as the systems administrator only opens necessary ports that are configured properly your risks should be minimal.

  1. Modify selinux Configuration:Modify the selinux config file by issuing the command below and changing the SELINUX option to disabled as shown below.
  2. [root@server ~]#vi /etc/selinux/config
    

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