peterjb at mtaonline.net
Sat Aug 8 07:03:22 UTC 2009
>enforcing =0 should work.
>are you putting it the right area in grub/lilo?
>also you should be able to just change
>set to permissive mode to avoid using the boot command line.
>echo 0 > /selinux/enforce
>to put the policy in permissive mode until things get cleaned.
>Justin P. Mattock
SELinux has to be completely DISABLED for anybody to log in. Changing
/etc/selinux/config to a permissive mode is of no use.
I am thinking about trying to change all booleans from deny to allow (wow,
what a monstrous task). After all, that is how this trouble started in the
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