Disabling SELinux

SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux), an access-control implementation, can prevent web UI access.

To disable SELinux:

  1. Open the SELinux configuration file: /etc/selinux/config.
  2. Locate the following line:
  3. Change the value to disabled:
    Save your changes and close the file.
  4. On the next reboot, SELinux is permanently disabled. To dynamically disable it before the reboot, run the following command:
    # setenforce 0