I found this like for you, looks like it may help:
Sounds like its having issues with either a broken symlink to the /etc/selinux/config file or its the labeling problem for selinux.
In the case of the latter, I would recommend you set you're selinux into permissive mode before running an autolabel. Apparently you can really jam things up if something goes wrong otherwise.
Hope that helps, without being able to perform any trials myself I don't think I can give you more advice; perhaps a linux expert on the forum here could pick up from this point.