F16--Something went wrong in Gnome...

Daniel J Walsh dwalsh at redhat.com
Wed Nov 9 13:03:44 UTC 2011

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On 11/08/2011 07:15 PM, Joe Zeff wrote:
> On 11/08/2011 04:10 PM, antonio montagnani wrote:
>> I rebooted disabling Selinux on the command line and I could use
>> Gnome, then I restarted and system relabeled all files and I
>> could login in Gnome. No idea what was going on, but that's it
> I'm glad you found it.  The reason I asked was that I've seen
> people blame SELinux for random problems so often without the
> slightest evidence that it's involved that I tend to be skeptical
> about such claims unless there are alerts.  BTW, when you were
> using KDE did you check the troubleshooter for alerts?  I'm not
> sure if they'd still be there at this point, but it would be nice
> to know if there were any and what they were.
If you have a problem with SELinux please boot in permissive mode and
not disabled, to report what SELinux is complaining about.  That way
we can figure out what the problem is and hopefully fix it for others.
 Usually it is a minor labeling problem.  If you turn SELinux back on,
the system should relabel itself, and the problem will be fixed.

If you still have the auditlogs availabel could you email me the
compressed output of

ausearch -m avc

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