On November 25, 2011 23:24 , Mark Montague <mark(a)catseye.org> wrote:
Where does Fedora 16 log boot-time SELinux denial messages? Under
Fedora 14 and previous (for sure) and under Fedora 15 (I think),
messages were logged via syslog and appeared in /var/log/messages until
auditd started. However, this is apparently not happening with Fedora
16 -- how can I get these denial messages?
I found the answer: the messages were not being generated due to
dontaudit rules. For some reason, I had thought that the denial
messages I was expecting were generated under previous versions of
Fedora, and so I did not consider dontaudit rules right away.
Following the advice in Dan's article (
) to run "semodule -DB"
caused the desired denial messages to be logged.