Unable to boot with SELinux enabled

David Nielsen david at lovesunix.net
Mon Oct 24 18:33:12 UTC 2005

> Have you tried relabeling?
> You can boot with the kernel parameter of "autorelabel", or touch 
> /.autorelabel and reboot.
> \

The previous suggestion of using enforcing=0 caused a relabel, I have
forced several relabels manually using autorelabel as well - still no

No thing I did notice during the rawhide install is that it defaults to
disabling SELinux (I selected it enabled though), I figured there might
be problems with SELinux currently and that was why I was seeing this.

- David

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