First of all, a big thank you goes out to Mame82 for compiling his SELinux permissive kernel.
I've tried to use esgie's SELinux permissive kernel before, and while I do confirm that kernel is SELinux permissive with that particular kernel, I was not able to install Linux using the "Linux Deploy" app from Google Play. The first step of the installation is updating the environment for Linux and it fails right away.
Can someone using Mame82's SELinux permissive kernel also try to install Linux through the "Linux Deploy" app and let me know how it goes? The reason for using Linux Deploy and not the other alternative Linux installers is that I want to try and use Linux in framebuffer mode.