togglesebool(8) SELinux Command Line documentation togglesebool(8)
togglesebool - flip the current value of a SELinux boolean
togglesebool flips the current value of a list of booleans. If the value is currently a 1, then it will be changed to a 0 and vice versa. Only the "in memory" values are changed; the boot- time settings are unaffected.
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selinux(8), booleans(8), getsebool(8), setsebool(8)
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Pages that refer to this page: security_load_booleans(3), booleans(8), selinux(8), setsebool(8)