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Re: Request to re-add option to disable SELinux - compromise



jeff wrote:
Peter Jones wrote:
Robert Nichols wrote:

Anaconda already allows you to add arbitrary kernel parameters when
configuring the bootloader.  I always add "vga=791" and "selinux=0".

There's a whitelist to determine which ones are propagated to the bootloader config, though.

Is selinux=0 on the whitelist?

I still don't understand why doing "boot: linux selinux=0" wouldn't/shouldn't be passed to grub.

Well, in the past it used the config file to turn it off, IIRC. In general that's preferred over having to add things to the boot command line that become required for the system to boot up correctly.

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  Peter


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