Kernel + Selinux + Udev + selinux=0
bbbush.yuan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 05:58:19 UTC 2008
2008/3/4, Johann B. Gudmundsson <johannbg at hi.is>:
> Anyone else noticing this...
> The kernels get stuck at UDEV loading...
> Have selinux disabled in /etc/selinux/config...
> and the kernel get stuck at UDEV
> But if I pass the selinux=0 kernel parameter
> to the kernel(s) they load just fine..
> Best regards.
> Johann B.
> PS. the radeon driver sorta works now for [ Mobility Radeon X300]
> had to switch to vesa driver with the previous version to get into X
> It does not offer correct resolution for my screen though
> ( Dell inspiron 6000/Dell 1600x1200/Driver/Display only offers/
> 1680x1050 )
Boot a second time and it will be fine, I have met with this several times.
BTW, I find that one must have selinux=enforcing when installing
kernel. I started with selinux=0, and changed /etc/sysconfig/selinux
to permissive, then reboot to single mode, relabel, setenforce 1, then
install the kernel, change /etc/sysconfig/selinux to enforcing and
reboot: that fixes boot problem for ever.
I have a problem that how to specify selinux=permissive at grub
prompt, when /etc/sysconfig/selinux=enforcing?
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