I am asking about Fedora Server.
Mounting drives with this context: context=“system_u:object_r:samba_share_t:s0”
Causes issues with anything to do with sudo, systemd causing timeouts with the latter. Oddly, the problem is not resolved by disabling SELinux.
Mounting without the context works fine, but, I need this context as the drives are to be used as samba shares.
Additionally, the exact same lines in fstab worked a week ago.
Mounting with SELinux context means, for example, hostnamectl status will hang, eventually to return:
Failed to query system properties: Connection timed out
systemctl daemon-reload hangs, and returns Failed to reload daemon: Method call timed out
Is no-one able to offer any kind of remedy to this? I’ve used Fedora for several years but I am seriously considering switching distro recently, this is adding weight to the argument