Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 457689
No services displayed when launching system-config-services
Last modified: 2008-08-06 09:29:14 EDT
Description of problem:
After upgrading from Fedora 8, I tried to open system-config-services to have a look at the services, and the display panel is empty. No services are being presented. I tried to launch it from a terminal as root, and there are no error messages. The message log does not indicate errors either. Services are indeed running.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Every time I open it.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. From gnome, System > Adminstration > Services
2. Provide the Root password
3. Panel appears, but it is empty.
Panel appears, but it is empty (no services presented).
A list of services configured by the system.
When started from a terminal, do any error messages appear?
No messages at all (blank). No indication of any errors anywhere else. I searched the web and identified another user who has encountered this same problem when upgrading from F8 to F9, but no one has posted a solution.
....oh, and SELinux is on permissive, and there are no SELinux warnings either.
Just ran chkconfig for the first time since upgrading and made a few changes manually. I tried the system-config-services panel again, and it works now. I wonder if there is some type of setup/upgrade performed when chkconfig is run for the first time.
This one can be closed.
I don't think there is, but please reopen if you run into this again (no, I couldn't reproduce it ;-).