freeradius will not start when SELINUX is enabled

Alan Buxey A.L.M.Buxey at
Fri Jan 30 19:35:06 CET 2015

SELINUX can cause many things to fail

You've seen that is selinux doing this.... and you are reading in files from non standard Latins l locations so now you need to find out why

User the audit2why tool etc and also look at the file permissions correctly (ls -lZ .... ie look at the extended permissions)

Heck maybe even just a restorecon -Rv on that home directory would be enough.  Especially if the files have been copied from elsewhere

This issue is true for ALL packages on such systems not from the distributing repository

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