Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 496231
Current Rawhide breaks internet access
Last modified: 2009-05-25 07:54:09 EDT
Created attachment 340000 [details]
Hi, first of all,
Description of problem:
I'm running an up-to-date rawhide. After updating and rebooting a few days ago my internet access broke. NetworkManager was still showing a successful connection, and I was still able to ping stuff(like google.com) and I could reach the configuration page of my router, but I couldn't get http or yum to work. They didn't show errors, but rather just timed out.
Now I tried re-installing Beta 1, to figure out which package was causing this, and so I updated only stuff of which I thought wasn't that important, rebooted, and bang! - same problem. I've added my yum.log, one of the packages in that list must be what is causing it, I'm suspecting iptables.
Please note that I have both SELinux and the Fedora firewall turned off, due to misbehavior in the past(plus it really slows down Ktorrent, and I have a hardware-firewall). If you need any logs please let me know, seeing how I have to downgrade everytime after I update rawhide to trigger this bug.
Please attach the output of "iptables-save" and "ip6tables-save".
Okay, it wasn't iptables, I updated iptables and its dependencies, and Internet is still working - seems like I have to go through that yum.log one by one *sigh*
I'll give feedback when I'm done with that. Any tips on which package could be causing this?
Okay, after checking all the packages in that log*sigh*, these packages are what causing the bug:
Sadly, these are dependencies for installing wine, so I either have no Internet or no Wine.
You could check if bug 492700 is related to that issue, if Wine is involved.
(In reply to comment #4)
> You could check if bug 492700 is related to that issue, if Wine is involved.
I have my doubts, I didn't have Wine installed when I made that first yum.log. It's just an additional comment why I can't simply never update Glibc and live happily till FC12 Rawhide.
Fixed in rc1. Probably because nss-softokn-freebl no longer is a dependency.