Any way to disable selinux when updating to F20
kilowattradio at gmail.com
Sun Dec 22 15:23:08 UTC 2013
With all the NSA building in back doors into everything maybe SElinux
should be pulled from the Fedora distros permanently. Just a thought.
On Sun, Dec 22, 2013 at 6:55 AM, Sam Varshavchik
<mrsam at courier-mta.com> 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
> 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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