Re: SELinux Attack!

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Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Temlakos wrote:
Alan Cox wrote:

touch /.autorelabel

and reboot. It might fix things.
Assuming its anything remotely to do with SELinux in the first place
(which it doesn't sound at all like)

Autorelabel has everything to do with SELinux. I'm still on FC6, but every time I get an update to the SELinux policies, the system relabels everything at the next start-up.
You misunderstood. There isn't any question on whether autorelabel is
related to SELinux which it is but whether OP's issues are related to
SELinux or not which is yet unconfirmed and requires looking into the
log messages for any AVC denials from the SELinux policy.

The Attack occurred 2 days AFTER I turned SELinux from off to passive mode. The computer is in almost unusable shape.
 If you want to see anything let me know. I will send it. I am going
to see what dmesg has to say.


	Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
	Linux User

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