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The avc denial you have got states that: init is running with its context u:r:init:0, you want it to execute /system/bin/mystart (script, binary, whatever) which is labeled as u:object_r:system_file:s0. But init isn't allowed to execute system_file in sepolicy. However you have set SELinux permissive, so it's just a warning, not actual denial. Therefore ...


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Processes receive signals from other processes or kernel as a warning or as a request to make some change in state. Receiving processes can block, ignore or catch signals, except SIGKILL which does what the name says. A process receives SIGHUP (hangup signal) when its controlling terminal (virtual or pseudo) disconnects or its controlling process (which is ...


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