is_selinux_enabled(3) — Linux manual page

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is_selinux_enabled(3)   SELinux API documentation  is_selinux_enabled(3)

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       is_selinux_enabled - check whether SELinux is enabled

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       is_selinux_mls_enabled - check whether SELinux is enabled for
       (Multi Level Security) MLS

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       #include <selinux/selinux.h>

       int is_selinux_enabled();

       int is_selinux_mls_enabled();

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       is_selinux_enabled() returns 1 if SELinux is running or 0 if it
       is not.

       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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       selinux(8)

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russell@coker.com.au           7 Mar 2010          is_selinux_enabled(3)