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First question: Yes. Although you could have used the -G option to add the supplementary group Webdev at account creation time: -G Webdev. SELinux marks users' home directories as user_home_dir_t. Therefore to set the SELinux context you can use: # chcon -t user_home_dir_t /websites Note that if you had another user's home directory as reference, you ...


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The problem is the wrong context (postgresql_exec_t). The solution: semanage fcontext -a -t bin_t "usr/pgsql-9.5/bin(/.*)?" restorecon -vR /usr/pgsql-9.5/bin Note the new context bin_t. I thought reading this that `postgresql_exec_t was the correct context.


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Yes. If you modified the context to something different than is in the installed policy, it will set the context according to the policy.



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