Any way to disable selinux when updating to F20

Roger Heflin rogerheflin at
Sun Dec 22 15:01:50 UTC 2013

add selinux=0 on all of the kernel lines in grub.conf...I believe this
disables it completely...and cannot be turned back on without removing
that line and rebooting...obviously if you want to enable it and got
back and use it again relabeling would need to be done.

On Sun, Dec 22, 2013 at 8:55 AM, Sam Varshavchik <mrsam at> wrote:
> After I started a fedup update to F20, it burned up a lot of time relabeling
> the entire filesystem, then rebooted again. On the second reboot there were
> a couple of "failed to mount update media" errors; however it looks like the
> update rpm transaction is running. We'll see.
> I have selinux turned off, I don't need it. The update script is turning it
> on, and relabeling everything. I'm just going to turn it off again, when the
> update finishes.
> Is there any way to avoid wasting all this time. And what's with those error
> messages.
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