Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 133767
/dev/initctl: permission denied
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:48:42 EDT
If I do an install with SELinux then I get /dev/initctl: permission
denied on the first boot of the installed system, some messages about
relabel errors for a udev file that flash past too fast to read
properly and then later I get mail for root containing more labelling
This does not seem to occur on a non SELinux install.
Can you post the AVC messages?
I didn't see any AVC messages and none were logged
Was udev running correctly on a tmpfs /dev?
On whatever the install used. It was a straight new workstation
install. df says /dev is currently on tmpfs
Please try and reproduce on test3; I'm not seeing this in testing here.
Fixed in test3