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Why, WHY WHYYYY does my Behat installation works perfectly on Debian, Ubuntu, Windows 7, 8 and 10, but not on this MOTHERFUCKING CENTOS PIECE OF SHIT??

Fuck, I hate loosing my days running after Github issues

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    Have you tried disabling SE Linux?

    /joke-but-no-really-have-you
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    @theKarlisK hahaha yes it has been disabled when the project started (it's in a VM (FML))
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    @Drillan767 see if there are/have been any related issues when running it on Fedora.
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    @theKarlisK That's exactly what's turning me crazy:

    1. It's a Linux distro : excepted for "yum install" instead of "apt-get install" and some package name, it shouldn't be that different

    2. People had the same error than me, but their fixes don't work on my case for no fucking reason

    3. Even this Windows 8.0 piece of shit makes it work for fuck's sake
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    @Drillan767 in case of CentOS and RHEL they do things slightly differently ... dunno if out of spite or just so they could reel you in with their paid Support. So equivalent fixes applied from Debian might not be sufficient to solve the issues (as you might have noticed). And funny you should say it but I set up a CentOS box on a spare desktop recently as a test/proof of concept that it's a valid Desktop OS... It worked fine until I started experimenting with frivulous shit and had to switch to Fedora to get fresher versions of rpms (too lazy to build them from source).

    If it's not absolutely necessary to run it on Centos (if SE Linux is disabled, why even bother?), bring it up and suggest switching to Debian.
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