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There is one thing you can do to fix this

  1. set SE Linux on Permissive

  2. Monitor SE Linux Logs (/var/log/audit/audit.log) and grep the Network Manager AVC Denials

  3. Copy them in a separate file say seerror.txt

  4. now use audit2allow to create a policy file

    audit2allow -M mypol -i /path to seeooro.txt

This will create a policy file mypol.pp

  1. Now load the policy using semodule

    semodule -i mypol.pp

There is one thing you can do to fix this

  1. 1 set SE Linux on Permissive

  2. 2 Monitor SE Linux Logs (/var/log/audit/audit.log) and grep the Network Manager AVC Denials

  3. 3 Copy them in a separate file say seerror.txt

  4. 4 now use audit2allow to create a policy file

    audit2allow -M mypol -i /path to seeooro.txt

seeooro.txt

This will create a policy file mypol.pp

  1. Now load the policy using semodule

    semodule -i mypol.pp

  2. mypol.pp

There is one thing you can do to fix this

1 set SE Linux on Permissive

2 Monitor SE Linux Logs (/var/log/audit/audit.log) and grep the Network Manager AVC Denials

3 Copy them in a separate file say seerror.txt

4 now use audit2allow to create a policy file

audit2allow -M mypol -i /path to seeooro.txt
seerror.txt

This will create a policy file mypol.pp

Now load the policy using semodule

semodule -i mypol.pp