Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 198769
Reboot after disabling selinux occurs after logging in.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:37 EST
Description of problem:
During firstboot I disabled SELinux and firstboot told me that it needed to
reboot when it was finished. But when it was done I got the login screen
instead. So I rebooted manually thinking this was a bug.
But when my system was back up and after I logged in, it rebooted without
telling me what was going on.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Disable SELinux during firstboot
2. Log in
Reboot after I did the reboot and logging in
Before I get the login screen firstboot should tell me it is going to reboot
and then reboot. There should be no need to log in first.
Also if the reboot is done manually, there should be no need to reboot
Using kde not gnome (also not installed).
This works for me post-test 1. I haven't heard any other reports of this sort
of behavior, and I can't think of why not having GNOME installed would affect
this. Can you think of anything else to help me debug what might be going on?
I have no idea why it didn't work. I'll try again around the the release of
test 3 and see if it happens again then. I installed FC5 again and it works
Okay, feel free to reopen this bug if you experience this problem again with test 3.