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Make sure that the SELinux troubleshooter, sealert, is installed and is included in your startup programs. Then, when something like this happens, you'll see the icon for it in your Notifications area. Click on it and you'll get the details, including both an option to report this as a bug and instructions on how to tell SELinux to allow this in the future. (If needed, of course, you can always do both.) If you're not sure what to do, edit your question here to show the SELinux denial message and we'll tell you what we'd do if it were our machine.