Furthermore, the SELinux Troubleshooter application may also show an SELinux Security Alert similar to this:
SELinux is preventing /home/user/squishide-4.0.2/squishide from making the program stack executable.
The problem is caused by the library libjvm.so which needs to be run with an executable stack, something that SELinux will not permit a library to do by default.
The solution is to tell SELinux to allow the library to have an executable stack. This is done by running the chcon command as follows (but obviously replacing the path to the Squish IDE with your own system's path):
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