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    NAME

    sesearch - SELinux policy query tool
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    sesearch [OPTIONS] [POLICY_FILE]  

    DESCRIPTION

    This manual page describes the sesearch command.

    sesearch allows the user to query a SELinux policy for type enforcement rules.  

    OPTIONS

    -s NAME, --source NAME
    find rules with NAME type/attrib (regex) as source
    -t NAME, --target NAME
    find rules with NAME type/attrib (regex) as target
    --role_source NAME
    find rules with NAME role (regex) as source
    --role_target NAME
    find rules with NAME role (regex) as target
    -c NAME, --class NAME
    find rules with NAME as the object class
    -p P1[,P2,...] --perms P1[,P2...]
    find rules with the specified permissions
    -b NAME, --boolean NAME
    find conditional rules with NAME in the expression
    --allow
    search for allow rules only
    --neverallow
    search for neverallow rules only
    --audit
    search for auditallow and dontaudit rules only
    --type
    search for type_trans and type_change rules only
    --rangetrans
    search for range transition rules
    --role_allow
    search for role allow rules
    --role_trans
    search for role transition rules
    -a, --all
    show all rules regardless of type, class, or perms
    -i, --indirect
    also search for the type's attributes
    -n, --noregex
    do not use regular expression to match type/attributes
    -l, --lineno
    include line # in policy.conf for each rule. This option is ignored if using a binary policy.
    -C, --show_cond
    show conditional expression for conditional rules
    -h, --help
    display this help and exit
    -v, --version
    output version information and exit
     

    INFORMATION

    If none of -s, -t, -c, -p, -b, --role_source, or --role_target are specified, then all rules are shown. You must specify -a (--all), or one of more of --allow, --neverallow, --audit, --rangetrans, --role_allow, --role_trans or --type.

    The default source policy, or if that is unavailable the default binary policy, will be opened if no policy file name is provided.  

    AUTHOR

    This manual page was written by Kevin Carr <kcarr@tresys.com>.  

    COPYRIGHT

    Copyright(C) 2006 Tresys Technology, LLC  

    SEE ALSO

    seinfo(1), apol(1)


     

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    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    OPTIONS
    INFORMATION
    AUTHOR
    COPYRIGHT
    SEE ALSO


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