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I have disabled PAM in linux and security context wont be asked at bootup. Comment the following line in "/etc/pam.d/login" file. session [success=ok ignore=ignore module_unknown=ignore default=bad] pam_selinux.so open


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Here's how to permanently change the context of a directory: # install semanage if you don't already have it: yum install policycoreutils-python # give the directory a new default context. The part at the end is a regex. semanage fcontext -a -t httpd_sys_rw_content_t "/path/to/directory(/.*)?" # apply the default context to the directory restorecon -R ...


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your permissions: drwxr-sr-x 2 pedro mail xxxx cur,new,tmp only pedro(you) can write, mail(server) can only read. change user to mail, chmod 700 try again


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I corrected that by re-installing the mod_ssl in CentOS 6 with yum erase mod_ssl and installing it with yum mod_ssl. That should fix it.


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The issue is Resolved. It turn out to be that the labeling of the file related to java(both openjdk and oracle java) was not correct in my redhat 6 system. When i upgraded from redhat 6 to redhat 7 it started working all fine i.e sandbox java -version worked perfectly with no problems. In my redhat 7 system the .so and other java related file are labeled ...



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