Known Issue: In previous versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, adding the line
to a kickstart file sets selinux to permissive mode. However, this line is currently ignored by the installer, leaving selinux set to the default mode: enforcing.
To set selinux to permissive or disabled mode during a kickstart installation, add the
sed -i -e 's/\(^SELINUX=\).*$/\1permissive/' /etc/selinux/config
command to the
section of the kickstart file. Making sure to replace "permissive" with the required selinux mode.
Alternatively, make sure that /etc/selinux/config contains
after installation is complete. Again, making sure that "permissive" is replaced with the required selinux mode.