selinuxenabled



selinuxenabled(1)     SELinux Command Line documentation     selinuxenabled(1)




NAME

       selinuxenabled  -  tool to be used within shell scripts to determine if
       selinux is enabled


SYNOPSIS

       selinuxenabled



DESCRIPTION

       selinuxenabled Indicates whether SELinux is  enabled  or  disabled.  It
       exits  with  status  0  if  SELinux  is  enabled  and -256 if it is not
       enabled.



AUTHOR

       Dan Walsh, <dwalsh@redhat.com>



SEE ALSO

       setenforce(8), getenforce(8)



dwalsh@redhat.com                7 April 2004                selinuxenabled(1)

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