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Nagios Centreon integrations

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I implemented Nagios centreon integrations using following link
http://www.thesysadminhimself.com/2013/02/installing-centreon-24-on-centos-63-x64.html

when i tried to "move export files" i get the error " Sudo: unable to open audit system: permission denied"

Please help
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Get yourself a root shell and try it again.
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i performed that task from gui. that time i got errors
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I turned off SELinux and it worked.
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By default SELinux was enabled on CentOS 6.4 and when i truned it off. It worked.
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