Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 134549
text install doesn't have selinux config dialog
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:50 EST
GUI installs have a dialog, after the firewall config stuff, for
selinux configuration (disabled, which policy if enabled, etc)
Text installs (ftp on x86_64) don't have this....
It does for me... shows up as a separate screen right after the
firewall. Is it not showing up there for you? Did you boot with
selinux=0 (if you do, then I optimize the screen out).
Nope, no selinux screen anywhere
I'm just using
to start the installer
Just double checked with today's rawhide and it works fine here. Can
you grab /tmp/anaconda.log and attach it?
* Unable to load suitable SELinux policy
* failed to load policy, disabling SELinux
* moving (1) to step firewall
* selinux disabled, not showing selinux config screen
* moving (1) to step languagesupport
Created attachment 104744 [details]
complete log file
What tree are you installing? Can you switch to tty2 and look at the
contents of /selinux/policyvers (you may have to do mount -t selinuxfs
none /selinux first)? Also, what are the contents of /etc/selinux?
I've seen this with both the 20041001 and 20041004 x86_64 development
/selinux/policyvers during install is 18 (and it's automounted)
Oh, this is interesting -- /etc/selinux during install is a dangling
symlink to /mnt/runtime/etc/selinux
I'm starting the install off of the boot.iso in the images/ directory,
and then using ftp as the method....
Figured it out. Fixed in CVS.
closing, fixed. thanks!