is_selinux_enabled() returns 1 if SELinux is running or 0 if it is
not. On error, -1 is returned.
is_selinux_mls_enabled() returns 1 if SELinux is capable of running
in MLS mode or 0 if it is not. To determine the policy in use on the
system, use selinux_getpolicytype(3).
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