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How To Disable SELINUX

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SELINUX is a Linux system component that prevents programs from performing certain actions, as a defense against security attacks. However, this may prevent programs from accessing hardware resources used to control the robot and deices. If you see SELINUX messages along with connection failures in a program's output, or in the system logs or console, you can try disabling SELINUX by editing /etc/selinux/config and changing




Consult SELINUX documentation for more detailed SELINUX configuration.

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