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Eric Paris wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-09-17 at 08:10 -0400, Daniel J Walsh wrote:
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>> Murray McAllister wrote:
>>> If I change a lot of booleans, or install a lot of custom policies, is
>>> there any way to restore selinux policy (targeted) to its default
>>> fedora-selinux-list mailing list
>> Well semanage does have a -D option to remove all local customizations
>> for the object
>> man semanage
>> -D, --deleteall
>> Remove all OBJECTS local customizations
>> semanage ports -D
>> Would remove all port changes.
>> There is no way to do this with modules currently.
>> You could look at the modules in /usr/share/selinux/targeted/*.pp
>> and compare them to semodule -l to see any modules that were different
>> and use semodule -r MODNAME to remove them.
> Gross horrible dangerous hack, be VERY careful, might eat your first
> born, kidnap your grandmother, and blow your house down...
> rpm -e --nodeps --justdb selinux-policy-targeted
> rm -rf /etc/selinux/targeted
> yum install selinux-policy-targeted
> touch /.autorelabel
> yes? no?
I would put the machine in permissive before doing this.
Thanks. Should something like this be in the selinux user guide? The
commands above look safe to me - what's the worse that can happen?
Do problems occur if you don't relabel after the above steps?
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