I been searching and searching for a solution to this and found a way without disabling SELinux as it seems that is needed for security, so though I would share it with you.
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This is the part... although I went through each step to make it fully work
After completing all these procedures it is almost ready to use it, give it a try but you will get a 500 OOPS permission denied error.
To fix it you need to add a nologin to the shell set.
The file should look like this:
Add this line at the end: