Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1305470
olpc-os-builder shouldn't disable selinux without confirmation
Last modified: 2016-11-24 10:57:00 EST
Description of problem:
When trying os-builder, I was surprised to see that it disabled selinux without asking me. It prints the following messages:
> SELinux was found enabled on your system, in enforcing mode.
> SELinux is incompatible with olpc-os-builder.
> It has been temporarily set to permissive mode to avoid this incompatibility.
> It will be re-enabled upon reboot, or alternatively you can re-enable
> it yourself, after olpc-os-builder has completed.
I think it should at the very least ask the user to confirm that this is ok and give the command to re-enable selinux (I used setenforce Enforcing to set it back in enforcing mode).
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