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SELinux was complaining about ‘duplicate declaration in module X’ after a recent package update. This is the result of stale policies not being flushed, so let’s flush them all and rebuild.

rm -f /etc/selinux/targeted/modules/active/modules/*.pp
semodule -B

Hopefully this will be fixed in an upcoming release.

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