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I am encountering an issue with SELinux. I have a homemade shell script that I want to execute from a remote server. This shell script works when I execute it locally - it just cd's to a home directory on the box and reads a text file - but when I try to execute it from a remote server, the script acts like it can't read that prespecified home directory.
I've tried an audit2allow of this and loaded the resulting policy, but without success. Any thoughts or advice on how to understand what is going on here? I'm not familiar with this syscall behavior, but the issue is related to SELinux, since permissive allows that script to be executed as desired.
Thanks in advance.
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