SELINUX is kicking my butt!
h.reindl at thelounge.net
Sun Nov 20 23:54:42 UTC 2011
Am 21.11.2011 00:33, schrieb John Aldrich:
> I just installed a new boot drive and installed F16. Since I
> absolutely HATE SELINUX, I've gone into the config file and set
> selinux to "disabled." Now when I attempt to boot, I get an error that
> it can't find the policy file and it hangs the system and won't let it
> go any further. How do I fix this???? Do I just copy the policy file
> from another location or what???
normally i disable SELinux with "selinux=0" as kernel-boot-param
you can edit the kernel-line in GRUB menu directly before the
system get started
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