How do I enable selinux?

Linode Staff

I read an article saying selinux is now enabled on newly deployed Fedora instances on Linode. Can I enable this on my existing Fedora instance?

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You can change SELinux modes by making some changes to your /etc/selinux/config file. The following guide provides detailed steps on how to make these adjustments to set SELinux mode to disabled, permissive, or enforcing.

How to Change SELinux Modes


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