Bug 164703

Summary: Setting selinux-policy-strict disables services
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: J. William Cupp <cupp>
Component: selinux-policy-strictAssignee: Daniel Walsh <dwalsh>
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Description J. William Cupp 2005-07-30 16:44:03 UTC
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Description of problem:
Upon installation of Fedora Core 4, a problem I previously had with FC3 has 
grown much worse.  Formerly, ntpd would not run.  Now, many services do not run, 
including (at least) nifd, networks, etc. and many others.  

A work around has been found in setting SELinux policy to "permissive" rather 
than "enforced."   When "enforced" is used, the FC4 installation is basically 

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How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:
1.  Set SELinux policy to "enforced".
2.  Reboot

Additional info:

When policy is "enforced" the boot up text screen shows many services that 
report FAILED on start up.  Generally, the error message reveals file 
permissions are denied, such as to file 'libc.so.6' or other shared object 

The screen scrolls by much too fast to read it in detail.  If there was a means 
to pipe this text scroll to a log file, I'd like to do so and submit it as an 
addendum to this bug report.  (Anybody want to help me learn how to do this?)

Comment 1 J. William Cupp 2005-07-30 16:46:52 UTC
Had a browser hiccup and this bug report was inadvertently submitted twice.  
This bug report is an exact duplicate of bug number 164702 and should be closed 
without further report.  (Sorry about that!) ;-)

Comment 2 Daniel Walsh 2005-08-01 13:30:57 UTC

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 164702 ***