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Offline DeepDayze

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Re: [solved] SELinux default policy relabel is required
« Reply #15 on: 2019/06/29, 17:05:53 »
Setting SELINUX=disabled in the config file should also work to inactivate SELINUX as well.

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Re: [solved] SELinux default policy relabel is required
« Reply #16 on: 2019/06/29, 17:40:36 »
Reading [here], I see this:

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6. Kernel parameters for changing SELinux modes at boot:
autorelabel=1 → forces the system to relabel
selinux=0 → kernel doesn't load any part of the SELinux infrastructure
enforcing=0 → boot in permissive mode

So, by logic, if selinux=0 fixed a boot problem, then the existing selinux infrastructure which worked for kernel 5.0.14 broke 5.1.  That looks like some kernel development in 5.1 is a violation of the selinux infrastructe that was OK for 5.0.14 and many prior kernels. Maybe kernel devs need to talk with selinux devs.
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Re: [solved] SELinux default policy relabel is required
« Reply #17 on: 2019/06/29, 18:36:29 »
Found semanage.conf   in:   libsemanage-common  2.8-2 - all