SELINUX=disabled in latest rawhide?

Richard Hally rhally at
Sun Apr 23 19:35:07 UTC 2006

Tom London wrote:
> Running latest rawhide, targeted/enforcing 
> (selinux-policy-targeted-2.2.34-3):
> After installing lastest rawhide packages today, on reboot, I noticed:
> Apr 23 10:44:36 localhost kernel: SELinux:  Disabled at runtime.
> Apr 23 10:44:36 localhost kernel: SELinux:  Unregistering netfilter hooks
> Checking /etc/selinux/config, SELINUX was set to disabled.
> I reset SELINUX to enforcing, rebooted in permissive to single, but
> the reboot automagically detected a relabel was needed. It succeeded
> and enforcing reboot works just fine.
> tom
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yup, saw the same thing earlier this morning. The first time I rebooted 
to relabel I was in enforcing mode and the system would not come up to 
the point where it would do the relabel. Rebooting in permissive to 
single user (as above) allowed the relabel and subsequent reboot in 
The question still remains, was setting SELINUX=disabled in the config 
file intentional?


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