SELinux Shutdown

To ensure proper operation of Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server on CentOS or Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems, SELinux must be disabled.

To disable SELinux:

  1. Check the settings for starting SELinux at system startup. To do that, enter at the command line:

    cat /etc/selinux/config

  2. If the SELINUX parameter has the enforcing value, disable the startup of SELinux at system startup. To do so, in the /etc/selinux/config file, enter SELINUX=disabled instead of SELINUX=enforcing.
  3. Check the current status of SELinux. To do that, enter at the command line:

    sestatus

  4. If the SELinux status parameter has the enabled value, disable SELinux. To do that, enter at the command line:

    setenforce 0

SELinux will be disabled.

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