SELinux from disabled to enforcing - is it possible?
On Sun, Jul 27, 2008 at 10:58 AM, Mike <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Having got one machine running with SELinux enabled very recently I decided to
> try to turn SELinux back on for a machine on which I had installed F9 a few
> weeks ago and set SELinux to disabled.
> That was a definite no-no - it would not boot once I set SELinux back to
> enforcing unless I added "selinux=0" to the kernel line for boot.
> I resorted to re-installing F9 and it works fone now with SELinux enabled.
> However I now wonder if it was in fact possible to go from SELinux disabled
> to enforcing or if this is something which is not possible?
> If it is impossible then there perhaps ought to be a health warning asking
> the user if they really want to switch to disabled - saying that reversing
> the change is not going to work.
> I thought I would ask here if the process is actually possible?
boot with enforcing=0
after the relabling is done it should work.
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