What command will switch SELinux into permissive mode?


SELinux has just been installed on a Linux system and the administrator wants to use SELinux in
permissive mode in order to audit the various services on the system. What command will switch
SELinux into permissive mode?

A.
setenforce 0

B.
/etc/init.d/selinux stop

C.
selinux passive

D.
/etc/init.d/selinux startpassive



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