Once you’ve deployed a gateway, you’ll want to re-enable SELinux. This is just a reverse of the disabling process.
- Check the SELinux state:
If the output is either Permissive or Disabled, you will want to re-enable it. If the output is Permissive, continue to the next step.
- There are two ways that you can re-enable SELinux - either by editing a config file, or by using the setenforce command
- If editing the config file, Open the /etc/selinux/config file (in some systems, the /etc/sysconfig/selinux file).
- Change the line SELINUX=permissive to SELINUX=enforcing.
- Save and close the file.
- Reboot your system
- If using the setenforce simply run the command
$ sudo setenforce 1
- After performing either of the above methods, check again using getenforce