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Old 01-13-2005, 05:40 PM   #1
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Unknown boolean error

Hi folks, I just reinstalled FC3 in my machine, updated it and rebooted just to meet after the first step of booting the following error:

unknown boolean httpd_tty_comm
Warning! error while reading etc/selinux/targeted/booleans:invalid argument

And then it just continues to load, actually FC3 seems to be working peachy but I'm worried about this error, anyone has any idea of whats goin on here? Any help shall be deeply appreciated.
Old 01-18-2005, 09:42 PM   #2
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try running

and play about with the selinux security settings for httpd. you probably just need to enable one of the settings. post back if it works.
Old 01-21-2005, 09:38 AM   #3
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Hi there!

I have just installed FC3 last night. It boot up fine and once I did the updates, I get the same message as mentioned by "mebrelith". Is it a wide spread problem on FC3?

Besides the annoying message above at boot up after loading the kernal image, everythng "seems" fine. Anyone else have experienced similar problems?
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Unhappy Same Thing

I am getting the same error message as above. Everything runs fine, but i would like to know what is causing the error so i can fix it.
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Glad to hear that this is not an isolated problem. I've played around with the SElinux settings in the system-config-securitylevel but I don't see anything else I can do besides disabling SElinux on httpd. If I would like to keep it on, is there a way to rid of the annoying message?


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