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HI, I have some files, that I'd like to remove the SELinux context or ACLs from (denoted by a '.' or a '+' respectively when using ls -alZ).

I don't have too much time on my hands to read on the , etc on how to use chcon etc., so I just want to quickly know how to disable them all.

Also, if someone knows a SELinux/ACL Cheat-Sheet, that would be terrific.

Here's a screen shot:

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Notice the dots right after the permission symbols: drwxr-xr-x., etc.

  • What is this ' . ' and ' + ' you are talking about? I don't see anything like that on the -Z specific output of ls. – Jason Axelson Sep 24 '10 at 3:35
  • maybe you don't use Ext4? I'll post an edit shortly, since this isn't getting any replies. – polemon Sep 25 '10 at 19:33
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setfacl -b will remove the ACL on a file. setfattr -x security.selinux will remove the SELinux file context, but you will probably have to boot with SELinux completely disabled.

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You never stated what you are removing ACL's "from", but if it is a file system, unmounting it and remounting it without the ACL option will do the job quickly.

  • I can't remount my root partition just to remove ACL's, I just want to remove them once from a directory. – polemon Oct 1 '10 at 4:00
  • More details like this in the question would be helpful. – kmarsh Oct 1 '10 at 17:38

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