FC6 Upgrade, update then fails to boot
I upgraded my OS from FC5 to FC6 - went like a dream
PUP installed the updates for FC6, enabled SElinux then shut down for the day.
I re-booted to be greeted by the following message ( not verbatim, but pretty close)
mount: error while loading shared libraries: libsepol.so.1: failed to map segment from shared object: Permission denied
Welcome to Fedora Core
setting clock - OK
starting udev:MAKEDEV:mkdir:file exists - OK
loading default keymap - OK
setting hostname - OK
setting up Logical Volume Management - OK
checking filesystems - FAILED
An error occured during the file system check dropping you to a shell;The system will reboot when you leave the shell
** Warning SELinux is ACTIVE **
What should I do in Shell to fix this ?
"Google" is your friend
this was asked about that errant library, and well, here I am on my FC6 machine.
Seems SELinux=0 was the answer
so perhaps there's a bit more work to be done on that yet ?
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