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A couple points that should help:

  • look in /var/log/audit/audit.log for SELinux messages.
  • touch /.autorelabel will fix SELinux contexts according to the current policy. A good place to start.
  • journalctl is worth looking at, too. It has everything from /var/log/messages and more, with filtering options. journalctl -b will give messages starting with the current boot, for example.