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On Mon, 18 Feb 2008, Chris Adams wrote: > I hit this too; my solution was to bind mount /tmp onto
> /var/tmp. My /etc/fstab has:
> /tmp /var/tmp none bind
Thanks! I was thinking about this before but somehow my fstab configuration was incorrect. I copy yours and now it works nicely.
That said, I still interested in "SELinux solution". This one seems to be a work-around and SELinux may actually block it in the future.
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