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4.3. Boolean Values for dhcpd

SELinux has one Boolean for dhcpd: dhcpd_disable_trans. This is the standard Boolean for all targeted daemons, allowing you to disable the transition from unconfined_t to dhcpd_t. The value of this Boolean is set to false by default.

This Boolean can be changed via the system-config-securitylevel application or the /usr/sbin/setsebool -P dhcpd_disable_trans 1 command.

Booleans are explained in Section 3.2 Files and Directories of the Targeted Policy.

 
 
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