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Re: [K12OSN] boot errors [SOLVED]



On Tuesday 26 September 2006 20:03, Eric Harrison wrote:

>
>
> Looks like something went screwy with SELinux.
>
> Run this command as root:
>
> 	setenforce 0
>
> and try re-starting messagebus and/or avahi:
>
> 	/sbin/service messagebus start
> 	/sbin/service avahi-daemon start
>
>
> If the services now start up, it is definitely something to do with
> SELinux.
>
>
> You can either reset all of the SELinux security labels:
>
> 	restorecon -Rv /
>
> or if you are less concerned about the system's security features, you
> can set SELinux to permissive mode by editing /etc/sysconfig/selinux and
> changing
> 	SELINUX=enforcing
> to
> 	SELINUX=permissive
>
Well, I went back to the work this morning and tried the steps you outlined 
above. The "restorecon -Rv /"  cleared up all the warnings about unknown user 
root in messagebus config during boot up but still had the same two services  
fail plus one additional service.

I then tried the last option to set SELinux to permissive mode it worked. "No 
runs, no drips, no errors", as the Johnny Bench commercial would say.

Still wondering what went wrong with the system.

Thanks again for your help.
-- 
Ray Garza
Coordinator of Computer Services
Speer Memorial Library
(956) 580-8757
ray mission lib tx us


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