Thank you, that worked perfectly !!! I wondered if this was a selinux problem. This represents a change from previous versions. Can you give me references to reading material on this.
All you really need to know is that selinux relies on file labeling. You can see how your files are labeled with "ls -Z". When you copy files between systems, the labeling may get lost, depending on the method that you use. The default labeling can be restored using "restorecon".
I ran into this when copying ssh keys (like you), and when copying /etc/cups between computers to install a common set of printers.
Reading /var/log/audit/audit.log will provide clues in situations like these.
For more details, find the selinux FAQ on the web. The details get pretty gory, though...
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