Work around SELinux

Issue #107 wontfix
Brandon Nolet
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SELinux is a crucial part of CentOS and RHEL and means a more modular and controllable security policy that sandboxes any type of potential attack.

Disabling SELinux is a big mistake and at worst, it should be set to Permissive so SysAdmins can audit2allow.

So what I propose is a little bit of research be done into SELinux to figure out what policy packages need to be install.

I'm happy to help take care of this.

Comments (2)

  1. Zhang Huangbin repo owner

    Hi Brandon,

    • You can try to enable SELinux and fix possible issues caused by improper SELinux policy settings.
    • Feel free to send pull requests. and I expect pull requests to fix all possible SELinux issues.
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