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SELinux to allow puppet-server at https://puppet-server:8140
My puppet-server is currently resides at "https://puppet-server:8140"
I make "sudo setenforce permissive" on the server to make puppet-server's 8140 get through. After that "sudo service httpd restart" to get the puppet-server going.
But I need to do this each time the server is rebooted.
How can I either (1) Make a rule in SELinux to allow puppet-server at https port 8140 and to survive reboot, OR (2) Make "sudo setenforce permissive" to survive reboot?
SELinux is so tricky for me.