In order to enable SELinux if it has been disabled (This does not apply if you are changing from permissive to enforcing, see the article on "How do I enable enforcing or permissive mode for SELinux?") you will need to both enable SELinux for the next reboot and relabel all files on the filesystem.
Files created with SELinux disabled will not have the SELinux security information necess...
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