On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 1:50 PM, Dale Macartney
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> Hi Marco
> I had a very similar issue trying to do the same thing a while back on the
> day RHEL 6.2 went GA..
> My situation was
> SElinux enforcing, then run ipa-server-install.. it gets half way through
> the process and it fails
> then I tried
> SELinux permissive, to get the exact same issue
> I then completely disabled SElinux in /etc/sysconfig/selinux, rebooted and
> ran the setup again, and I was able to install successfully.
> In my situation, it was related to the selinux pki policy. When this was
> loaded, it caused the ipa setup to fail... an update was made available in
> rhel which allowed me to move forward with selinux in enforcing mode.
> Have you patched Fedora 16 with the latest updates? my situation was quite
> a while ago so I would have imagined that there would be an update to that
> issue with Fedora as well if this is actually the same issue I encountered.
I updated my system few days ago and I'm currently not seeing further
These are my packages:
[root@freeipa01 ~]# rpm -qa|grep -i selinux
> Do you get the same issue with selinux disabled at all?
Actually I haven't tried, but I'm sure to not encounter this problem in
As I wrote, I'm running in permissive mode so I only get warning on what it
would have been blocked by SELinux, not the effective block to the
My setup (apparently) completed correctly. I still have to check-on-the-job
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