I have a Pi B with Raspbian Jessie installed (upgraded recently from
jessie by changing
sources.lst). I also use
rpi-update to stay up to date.
On every boot I get as the very first message that
selinux could not be mounted (file not found). However, in my
/etc/fstab I can't find anything about "selinux". Only thing I have found was the folder
/etc/selinux with a
semanage.conf. The exact message is:
mount failed for selinuxfs on /sys/fs/selinux: No such file or directory
Grepping services results in:
# grep -i selinux /etc/init.d/* /etc/init.d/checkroot.sh: if selinux_enabled && [ -x /sbin/restorecon ] && [ -r /etc/mtab ] /etc/init.d/udev: # set the SELinux context for devices created in the initramfs
What is this selinux and how do I disable it so that it is not tried to be mounted on each boot? Or should I rather try to repair it (if it's important) so that it is mounted correctly (how would I do so)?