Either update to the latest SELinux packages available in Rawhide (the FC2 development tree) or disable SELinux. You should actually update to the test2 base as well, its housed in the 1.91 directories on the mirrors.
To disable SELinux for a temporary fix, add this to your grub.conf on the 'kernel' boot parameter line (where you see the root=LABEL=/).
Also, you should edit /etc/sysconfig/selinux (create this file if it is not present) and change:
The correct long term fix is to update the SELinux packages and relabel your filesystem with:
The packages that need to be updated are, policy, policy-sources, setools, setools-gui, and anything that is needed for dependencies on the new packages.
Last edited by LordMorgul; 04-07-2004 at 12:43 PM.