Hello there, I have some problem with loggin into system (only Gnome, tty`s works fine).
I develop a security kernel module, wich uses it`s personal PAM-module instead of pam_unix.so (so, exactly I can even use pam_unix.so before or after my module - no difference).
So when I login in some tty - everything works fine.
When I login in GUI using standart pam_unix.so - everything works fine.
If I login in GUI - I have some problems with rtkit-daemon.service or some other services - they`re not working correctly. After login I can see that the environment appeared - I can even try to start some app, but the Gnome error appears - "Oh no! Something has gone wrong...", if I click Logout - when the message dissapere I can see that all the environment still works fine on the background...
I think that this is cause my module do some actions with process and memory, so rtkit-daemon needs more space and cgroups blocks it (in logs - rtkit-daemon killed with XFSZ signal).
My module works fine on RHEL5 - but there`s no systemd on it.
How can I increase memory limits for rtkit or systemd? All I tried not worked.
Maybe I get wrong - what could be the problem or such situation.
kernel 22.214.171.124-1.fc15-i686.PAE, OS is clear - just installed, no cgroups or other configuration changed.