Disable SELinux in Fedora
SELinux’s configuration file is /etc/selinux/config The method to diable SELinux in Fedora:
$ cd /etc/selinux/ $ su # cp config config.bak0 # vi config
Find this line:
SELINUX=enforcingChange it to:
SELINUX=disabledUpdate history: Updated on May 16, 2010. Change “enable” to “enforcing” which is right.