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Old 01-04-2012, 04:41 PM
Bennett Haselton
 
Default edit proposal to /HowTos/SELinux - how to relabel filesystem

Following the steps under "Contribute to the Wiki" at
http://wiki.centos.org/Contribute#head-42b3d8e26400a106851a61aebe5c2cca54dd79e5

My Wiki name is BennettHaselton. I wanted to edit this paragraph:

"Note: When switching from Disabled to either Permissive or Enforcing
mode, it is highly recommended that the system be rebooted and the
filesystem relabeled."

to add:

"This can be accomplished with the commands
touch /.autorelabel
reboot
If the file /.autorelabel exists at boot time, SELinux performs a
filesystem relabel and then deletes /.autorelabel "

Since the current page says to relabel the filesystem but doesn't say
how to do it; the instructions are easy to find elsewhere on the web,
but might as well put it on that page too.

Bennett
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