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    Subject2.6.13-mm1 login fails (RE: 2.6.13-mm1: hangs during boot ...)
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    >As for the inability to log in, this bug may be relevant,
    >given I also had
    >that problem:
    >
    >https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=166422
    >
    >There are fixes in the pipeline for util-linux audit
    >interaction in Fedora as
    >well. I know because I reported those too ;)
    >
    >> after the scsi initialization which I don't normally see.
    >I've attached
    >> the scsi initialization output. The PF_NETLINK error
    >messages after the
    >> login prompt in this output are created whenever I try to log in or
    >> connect via ssh.
    >
    >The workaround by enabling audit support, but obviously a
    >better fix is in the
    >pipeline..
    >
    >I'm surprised more people aren't discovering these
    >'interactions' due to
    >having audit not turned on. Does everyone build audit into
    >their kernels?

    This sure made my FC4 test boxes hard to use!

    CONFIG_AUDIT=y indeed did the trick.

    When will I be able to delete CONFIG_AUDIT from my kernel again?

    thanks
    -Len
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