Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1045682
SELinux preventing dhclient from reading libk5crypto.so.3 resulting in no addresses received/assigned
Last modified: 2014-01-02 16:53:26 EST
Created attachment 839925 [details]
messages log containing error on restart of NetworkManager
Description of problem:
No IPv4 addresses are being assigned via DHCP to the network interfaces.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Activate a network interface configured to receive an address via DHCP.
2. Wait patiently.
3. Discover that no IPv4 address was assigned.
No IPv4 address assigned to interface, effectively blocking all network access (IPv6 was not tested due to other issues with IPv6 registration).
IPv4 address assigned by the DHCP server, allowing system to communicate on the network.
This is an SELinux issue; check the journal for errors from auditctl. If you do 'setenforce Permissive' it works.
Created attachment 840912 [details]
journal output showing execstack and execmem denials for dhclient
setting selinux to permissive fixes the KDE networking problem (with sddm) in f21 (rawhide) a live install of latest koji
see also BZ 1045937
Same base issue as bz 1045699 - marking as duplicate.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1045699 ***