F9 and selinux
Daniel J Walsh
dwalsh at redhat.com
Sat Apr 5 19:11:25 UTC 2008
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Andrew Farris wrote:
> Anne Wilson wrote:
>> On Saturday 05 April 2008 13:38, J�hann B. Gu�mundsson wrote:
>>> I think it's better that you set selinux in permissive mode..
>>> ( take a look at /etc/selinux/config )
>>> and file a bug to each "report" you receive or compile a list, post it
>>> here and with selinux errors as a subject.
>>> We need to clean those selinux reports out for final..
>> OK, I'll see what I can do about this.
> It is helpful to use this method to get the filesystem fully relabeled
> after you update either the kernel or selinux-policy also. This
> triggers filesystem relabeling before all the services get started up.
> touch /.autorelabel; reboot
THis should be a very unusual event, You should not need to relabel the
file system except under extraordinary circumstances. Fedora Upgrade
from F8 to F9 maybe, but in the general running of SELinux we should not
be seeing this necessary.
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