Stephen Smalley wrote:
On Tue, 2005-04-12 at 15:19 -0400, Stephen Smalley wrote:
>Yes. Looking at the /sbin/init code, it should have logged a 'Failed to
>mount /selinux: <error message>' message. Although it may have been too
>early to be captured. Normally, /selinux is created by the installer,
>but since you upgraded...
BTW, you now need to run /sbin/fixfiles relabel to assign security
labels to your filesystems. That is normally done during installation,
again, but since you upgraded, you have to do it manually.
I rebooted, and all is well now. SELinux is enabled, and since I had
created /.autorelabel when I started experimenting, the file system is
now also relabeled.
Thanks for the help.
Sjoerd Mullender <sjoerd(a)acm.org>