Note to self: When replacing *important* libraries like libselinux.so,
don't just blast the unwanted RPM package away, figuring on then
installing the new one. Instead, use --oldpackage or --force to
replace the unwanted package with the desired one in atomic operation.
Failure to do so will make both rpm and yum (and many other programs)
Vladimir G. Ivanovic
Palo Alto, CA 94306
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>>>> "djw" == Daniel J Walsh <Daniel>
djw> You have a mismatch of FC4 policy with an FC5 libselinux. Basically
djw> you are running in a mode that thinks it should have
djw> MCS turned on. You need to revert back to an older libselinux.