From: Russell Coker[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Wed, 9 Jun 2004 17:42, David Balazic <david.balazic(a)hermes.si> wrote:
> Because I get a failure right 5 minutes after installation.
> I did a SELinux enabled install of FC2 ( Workstation type ).
> In firstboot I created a user.
This is a known bug, when firstboot creates a user it doesn't give the
type to the home directory files. Running setfiles is the correct thing
do. But you don't have to label the entire file system, just the home
directory for the new user.
setfiles requires some "policy" argument, what do I use ?
Well, I just run "fixfiles relabel" ( not is runlevel 1, as suggested by
but level 5, is that a problem ? ).
Now login on VCx is OK, but login in X still does not work. Previously it
my home dir does not exist, but now after the "fix" , when I enter my
password an blank blue screen with a mouse pointer ( pointer, not sandwatch
and nothing happens. I waited 30 seconds and switched to VC1 to check out
happening, but then the screen started to blink. It went black for ~5
seconds, then back
to VC1 for a second , then black again and so on. Maybe the X server was
Any clues ?