Please tell if there is a way to turn off the selinux after full installation but before first boot.
I have a daemon which needs to do ioctl during initrd.
daemon + related-driver is already inserted into a new-initrd.
Daemon can do ioctl during normal operation of a running machine, but will get “Inappropriate ioctl for device /dev/iscsictl” if built into initrd.
Its just a control interface to a software iscsi driver and daemon needs to pass some handler during initrd stage.
I already tried passing selinux=0, enforcing=0, disable=1. But looks the selinux policy to disallow ioctl during initrd is built in kernel.
I have little knowledge in this area. Will appreciate any ideas for workaround.