Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 176069
Network does not work for incoming info without setenforce 0 issued
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:19 EST
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Description of problem:
After upgrading packages, rebooting, then trying to access the network, no network access was available. I had an assigned ip via dhcp and etc/resolv.conf had a valid entry. I could not even access my local system and its router.
After checking IP with ifconfig, stopping and starting network services, I checked /etc/resolv.conf.
I then decided to try setenforce 0 and I could access the network properly. I then ran setenforce 1 and tried to access my ISP mail with no response. Running setenforce 0 again allowed me to access the web and my pop account from my ISP.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start system, try to access network via mozilla and mozilla mail.
2. check for usual settings in /etc/resolv.conf and IP via ifconfig
3. run setenforce 0 and try again
4. run setenforce 1 and try again
5. run setenforce 0 and use network
1. no mail or websites accessable
2. settings were normal for the network
3. was now able to access network
4. now, no mail or network access possible
5. submitting bug report on effected system
Expected Results: I expected to b able to go to websites and check mail from my ISP
audit log content wil be sent as an attachment after bug submittal
Created attachment 122388 [details]
This is from audit log
After updating to current rawhide yesterday, I had to enter sellinux=0 single
and then perform the command fixfiles restore for my system to work properly
with network usage.
touch /.autorelabel did not happen on reboot. The feature bypassed on bootup.
Audit contains more granted than denied now.
Created attachment 122397 [details]
after single selinux=o relabel
After selinux disabled, relabeling system and ordinary usage. This log for
radeon_dri.so needs to be set text textrel_shlib_t
chcon -t textrel_shlib_t
Please give me the path and I will put it in policy.
Also which policy do you have loaded?
Much appreciated about the DRI catch for radeon.
The addition to selinux-policy-2.1.6-13 fixed the problem with DRI.
No network problems either.