Intel Network card does not work on SELinux?
shintaro.fujiwara at gmail.com
Tue Oct 2 19:04:11 UTC 2007
but my version is F7 so I read both files.
But no denied messages.
It's strange and I don't understand why it
woks on Default permissive, setenforce 1,
not works on Default enforcing, setenforce 0...
And strange enough, maybe once in ten times it works
even in Default enforcing...
Also, sometimes does not work on Default permissive
I think some other reason...
I should relabel again.
If it does not work,
I manage Default permissive and setenforce 1
for a while.
2007/10/3, Eric Paris <eparis at redhat.com>:
> On Wed, 2007-10-03 at 02:03 +0900, Shintaro Fujiwara wrote:
> > Hi, I'm having trouble on SELinux, I think.
> > I bought an old note-pc, NEC Lavie M LM500/3.
> > Manufactured in 2002.
> > It has an network controller named "82551QM Fast Ethernet Controller".
> > By that machine,
> > I cannot connect network on targeted enforcing mode.
> > eth0 rises up OK, but ping not reacheable.
> > On disabled, yes.
> > So, I thought it's a SELinux problem.
> > No denied messages, so I have no clues.
> > Not yet done enableaudit everything.
> > I tried to install Intel driver but failed,
> > echoed messages something like,
> > no such file config.h...
> My only thought is are you looking in the right place? denials may be
> in /var/log/messages or in /var/log/audit/audit.log depending if the
> audit subsystem is on. What version of Fedora are you running?
> /me bets on some mislabeled files from when you ran with selinux off,
> but if you can find those denials that would help.
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