Up until now we have disabled SELinux as our Standard Operating Procedure -- before you tell me off, I know. That's why we're enabling it now we've got time to.
Our normal procedure was to:
kernelline of grub
I'm trying to undo all this now, but on some servers it just won't reenable for some reason.
~ # grep ^SELINUX= /etc/selinux/config SELINUX=permissive ~ # grep -i selinux /boot/grub/menu.lst ~ # getenforce Disabled ~ # sestatus SELinux status: disabled ~ # setenforce 1 setenforce: SELinux is disabled ~ # sestatus SELinux status: disabled
I've rebooted (multiple times) to no avail, including an initial reboot with a
Can anyone tell me what I'm missing?