Quick Tip: Easily Set SELinux Enforcement Levels in CentOS 6

This post, like any other dealing with altering a security mechanism, should (and will) begin with a warning to NOT do this in a production environment. Obligatory bold warning text:
SELinux is a major security component in any RHEL-based Linux distribution and should never be disabled in a production environment without extensive consideration and forethought as it can seriously compromise system security. It’s best practice to work with an application vendor to ensure the application works with SELinux if it’s going to be placed in production. Now we return to the regularly scheduled Blog post.

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