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Old 08-01-2005, 05:49 PM   #1
maestro52
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Question boolean user ping error


I am ot extremely new to using Fedora, but I am not a programmer and uppon switching from FC3 to FC4 I started seeing an error message during the boot. As is, I truly have no idea of what the following error message means. "Warning: Booleans user ping no longer in policy!" I have checked my security settings and do not see anything mentioning "booleans user ping".

Although I have not noticed any problems in FC4 I would still like to get rid of the error message. Does anyone know what the problem is and how I fix it?

Hope someone can help and thanks.
 
  


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