I'm trying to setup SELinux on Debian 6 according to (the instructions reported on the Debian wiki).
I've run this commands:
apt-get install selinux-basics selinux-policy-default selinux-activate
After reboot, the system should have taken a while to label the filesystems on boot and then rebooted a second time when that was complete. However, neither labeling nor rebooting occurred.
/usr/sbin/check-selinux-installation:19: DeprecationWarning: os.popen3 is deprecated. Use the subprocess module. @staticmethod /usr/sbin/check-selinux-installation:23: DeprecationWarning: os.popen2 is deprecated. Use the subprocess module. def fix(): getfilecon: getfilecon(/proc/1) failed SELinux is not enabled. Could not read the domain of PID 1. /etc/pam.d/login is not SELinux enabled FSCKFIX is not enabled - not serious, but could prevent system from booting...
This is strange because the kernel is SELinux-enabled, and the grub.cfg does contain the "selinux=1" option.