i change selinux=enforcing -> reboot then i can't login to my server

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OK After 2 Day I try many solution but I can’t login to my droplet But now i can login to my droplet :) Solution

  • Go to Recovery Iso in my droplet
  • Select 1 mount
  • Select 5 chroot

setenforce 0

yum remove selinux-policy*

rm -rf /etc/selinux/targeted /etc/selinux/config

  • Reboot form my HDD

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Hi there,

In case that the SSH access to your server is not working I would recommend using the web console instead. You can follow the steps on how to do that here:

Regards, Bobby