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Selinux in permissive mode, ssh key based auth and locked account

making passwd -uf "username" from root solved my problem
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How do you allow user_t SELinux users the ability to use sudo

Answering my own question but the solution I've ended up with involves adding the following policy: policy_module(user_sudo, 1.0.0); gen_require(` type user_t; role user_r; ') sudo_role_template(...
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Multiple IP addresses with SELinux using the same port

OK, really old topic but funnily enough I just ran into the same issue with a multi-homed host. Given that it is perfectly reasonable for a machine with two network interfaces to have one process ...
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