Run the following command to list all current rules in your filesystem:
semanage fcontext -l
List all available file contexts (which you may choose from when assigning contexts to your files):
List all user:
List all user roles:
This is a quick howto on changing the file context of files and folders in SELinux.
In this example I want to allow my webserver access to the www folder inside every users home:
Right now the current context of user_home_dir_t wont allow the webserver to read or write from the www folder.
In order to allow access to the folder, the context must be changed to httpd_user_rw_content_t or httpd_user_content_t, the latter will only allow read access:
semanage fcontext -a -t httpd_user_rw_content_t '/home/[^/]*/www(/.+)?'
Next, run this command to effectuate the new context rule:
restorecon -R /home