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KB#01098-BBj Fails to Initialize on Fedora with SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) Enabled

Title:

BBj Fails to Initialize on Fedora with SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) Enabled

Description:

Attempting to start BBjServices with SELinux enabled will result in the following error: 

Unable to load user native library: /opt/<install_path>/lib/libUser.so: <install_path>/lib/libUser.so: cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied 
No native code to get user information for root 
No native code to get user information for root 

A similar error will be displayed when an attempt is made to start BBj: 

<install_path>/bin/bbjinit: error while loading shared libraries: <install_path>/lib/libNativeUtil.so: cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied 

Resolution:

BBj Rev 5.01 is not supported in a configuration where SELinux is enabled. 

SELinux can be disabled by editing the following configuration file: 

/etc/selinux/config 

Change the SELinux value to: 

SELINUX=Disabled 



Last Modified: 12/29/2005 Product: BBj Operating System: Linux

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