View Full Version : 50+ SELinux warnings
2nd April 2011, 07:56 PM
Installed Beta the other day - would not boot. I ran selenux=permissive in /etc/selinux/config (boots fine now)
I looked in the SELinux troubleshooter to find over 50 errors. I fixed those in green (mainly selinux setting for files in /var/run/whatever. I then set selinux=enforcing in etc/selinux/config and still could not boot - back to permissive.
The SELinux warnings in yellow have some interesting ones - like attempts to remove the name from login.
2nd April 2011, 10:17 PM
I think you need newer policies. you may have missed them somehow.
the error is caused by systemd, just grab an update of the polycies and it should be solved.
3rd April 2011, 02:41 PM
Hey thanks! Not only did I not have updated selinux-policies, I didn't appear to have any at all. I loaded them via yum, still the problem took place, but then with this mornings updates everything seems to be running fine - thanks again.
YES! just placed SELinux in enforcing and rebooted without a problem - plus the time to reboot is much shorter now (time between log in screen and actually logged in decreased)
4th April 2011, 09:37 PM
I have updated system yesterday and now can't boot anymore. System is hanging on selinux with systemd related problems. I have disabled selinux.
4th April 2011, 11:35 PM
Selinux is the biggest pain in the butt in my experience. I have been disabling it for years apart from a few times to see if it got any better. I have to admit I know nothing about it other than it being a pain. Even disabling it in grub I still get a warning at boot 'failed to load SElinux'
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