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Re: Trouble booting kernel after building a kernel on a SELinux enabled system



On Tue, 11 May 2004 19:46:47 +0200 Jochen Schmitt wrote:
>On Mon, 10 May 2004 13:29:45 -0500, you wrote:

snip

>
>Sorry, I don't get any access denied message, becouse the kernel
>could not be loaded.
>

Boot your kernel with the grub boot line parameter 'selinux=0' (no quotes).
You have the opportunity to put this parameter in by pressing the 'a' key
when the Grub splash screen comes up. Enter on the line starting with
'kernel..'

This parameter removes the selinux stuff from the kernel (more or less - as
I understand it). If your kernel does not boot, then the problem is
probably somewhere else other than selinux.

Good Luck

BobG

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