Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 991181
External network unreachable in KVM guest with current Rawhide live image
Last modified: 2015-06-29 08:08:53 EDT
I've been building and testing live images from Rawhide periodically recently. With selinux-policy 3.12.1-68 they would not boot to a desktop at all unless you passed 'enforcing=0'. With -69 my newest live image does reach the GNOME desktop in a KVM with enforcing mode on, but I can only ping 192.168.122.1 (the host machine) - trying to ping any external network host (www.google.com etc) gives 'Network is unreachable'. If I boot with enforcing=0 the network works fine.
sealert does not show any AVCs after I work around #991175 . I'll attach journalctl and /var/log/audit/audit.log .
Created attachment 781724 [details]
journalctl -a output after booting with enforcing=0
Created attachment 781725 [details]
audit.log after booting with enforcing=0
I have no idea what could be going wrong here. Could you send me a link where I can download the image?
http://adamwill.fedorapeople.org/20130801-desktop-x86_64.iso . I expect it'll show up in the official nightlies too, but the most recent one as of writing failed to compose (I fixed up the issues preventing compose and included the fixed builds in my test compose).
Damn, sorry, didn't mean to post that yet - it's still uploading. It should be uploaded in approx 35 minutes.
Done uploading now, download away!
Won't even boot for me.
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