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The Lounge What is on Your Mind? What do you do for a living? Post 302342320 by zxmaus on Saturday 8th of August 2009 07:13:23 PM
Old 08-08-2009
if it's about AIX in my (huge global) company, than it ends up sooner or later with me ... My role is probably closest to System Administrator with extended functionality ...
 
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default_type(5) 					       SELinux configuration						   default_type(5)

NAME
default_type - The SELinux default type configuration file. DESCRIPTION
The default_type file contains entries that allow SELinux-aware applications such as newrole(1) to select a default type for a role if one is not supplied. selinux_default_type_path(3) will return the active policy path to this file. The default, default type file is: /etc/selinux/{SELINUXTYPE}/contexts/default_type Where {SELINUXTYPE} is the entry from the selinux configuration file config (see selinux_config(5)). get_default_type(3) reads this file to determine a type for the active policy. FILE FORMAT
Each line within the default_type file is formatted with role:type entries where: role The SELinux role. type The domain type that is returned for this role. EXAMPLE
# ./contexts/default_type auditadm_r:auditadm_t user_r:user_t SEE ALSO
selinux(8), get_default_type(3), newrole(1), selinux_default_type_path(3), selinux_config(5) Security Enhanced Linux 28-Nov-2011 default_type(5)

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