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You could need to rebuild the selinux-policy package and set it to deny in policy.conf (e.g. it is a build-time option, not a run-time option)

You could would need to rebuild the selinux-policy package and set it to deny in policy.conf (e.g. it is a build-time option, not a run-time option)

You would need to rebuild the selinux-policy package and set it to deny in policy.conf (e.g. it is a build-time option, not a run-time option)

demonstration on youtube

If handle-unknown=deny causes issues then comment it out or set it to allow, and rebuild with semodule -B

This is non-sense: You would need to rebuild the selinux-policy package and set it to deny in policy.conf (e.g. it is a build-time option, not a run-time option)

demonstration on youtube