Latest selinux policy update disables NIS

Steve G linux_4ever at
Mon Feb 21 16:33:22 UTC 2005

>Can you check /var/log/audit.log also?

He won't have anything here unless the audit daemon is installed and running. 

For people who don't know about the audit daemon...if running, the kernel sends
all audit messages to it rather than syslog. By default, it stores the audit
messages in /var/log/audit.log. If installing, use the one in rawhide. The audit
daemon will automatically enable auditing at startup, so you do not need to pass
any flags to the kernel from grub.

Hope this helps...

-Steve Grubb

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