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Description of problem:
Yesterday, I did a shutdown of my machine after to have played with security policies - mostly - firewall rules -.
The shutdown seems to be succesfull however I am not so sure anymore now.
But at that time, I did not care.
Then I restarted my computer and during the boot process of my Fedora Core 5, I had aproximatly the following message after the filesystem check step.
> Filesystem [ FAILED ]
>*** Warning -- SELINUX is active"
>*** Disabling security enforcement for system recovery"
>*** Run 'setenforce 1' to reenable.
> Give root password for maintenance
> (or type Control-D to continue)
So I entered the root password and I did some fsck thinking one of my ext3 formatted logical volume were corrupted then I had something like this :
> fsck ?.?? - the question mark is there cause I did not remember the numbers -
> fsck.ext3: No such file or directory trying to open /dev/mapper/VolGroup01-LogVol00
> -Message that I did not remember- superblock not correct do an e2fsck -b 8128
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install a Fresh Fedora Core 5 on a machine
2. Enforce the SELINUX
3. Apply some update
4. Disable the SELINUX
5. Apply some update
6. Wait a long while.
7. Apply some update
8. Re Enforce the SELINUX.
9. Shutdown the machine.
10. Restart it and you probably should have this message.
I was on something between the normal mode and the single mode.
So I was redirected on the command line :
> [ Filesystem rescue 1]
if I did an exit tha machine rebooted.
The OS should have started correctly. As usual.
After re-enabling selinux in enforce mode you will probably must relabel
filesystem (depends on how selinux was disabled).