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seunshare(8) [centos man page]

SEUNSHARE(8)							   User Commands						      SEUNSHARE(8)

NAME
seunshare - Run cmd with alternate homedir, tmpdir and/or SELinux context SYNOPSIS
seunshare [ -v ] [ -c ] [ -C ] [ -k ] [ -t tmpdir ] [ -h homedir ] [ -Z context ] -- executable [args] DESCRIPTION
Run the executable within the specified context, using the alternate home directory and /tmp directory. The seunshare command unshares from the default namespace, then mounts the specified homedir and tmpdir over the default homedir and /tmp. Finally it tells the kernel to execute the application under the specified SELinux context. -h homedir Alternate homedir to be used by the application. Homedir must be owned by the user. -t tmpdir Use alternate tempory directory to mount on /tmp. tmpdir must be owned by the user. -c --cgroups Use cgroups to control this copy of seunshare. Specify parameters in /etc/sysconfig/sandbox. Max memory usage and cpu usage are to be specified in percent. You can specify which CPUs to use by numbering them 0,1,2... etc. -C --capabilities Allow apps executed within the namespace to use capabilities. Default is no capabilities. -k --kill Kill all processes with matching MCS level. -Z context Use alternate SELinux context while runing the executable. -v Verbose output SEE ALSO
runcon(1), sandbox(8), selinux(8) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Dan Walsh <dwalsh@redhat.com> and Thomas Liu <tliu@fedoraproject.org> seunshare May 2010 SEUNSHARE(8)

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matchpathcon(8) 					SELinux Command Line documentation					   matchpathcon(8)

NAME
matchpathcon - get the default SELinux security context for the specified path from the file contexts configuration SYNOPSIS
matchpathcon [-V] [-N] [-n] [-m type] [-f file_contexts_file] [-p prefix] [-P policy_root_path] filepath... DESCRIPTION
matchpathcon queries the system policy and outputs the default security context associated with the filepath. Note: Identical paths can have different security contexts, depending on the file type (regular file, directory, link file, char file ...). matchpathcon will also take the file type into consideration in determining the default security context if the file exists. If the file does not exist, no file type matching will occur. OPTIONS
-m type Force file type for the lookup. Valid types are file, dir, pipe, chr_file, blk_file, lnk_file, sock_file. -n Do not display path. -N Do not use translations. -f file_context_file Use alternate file_context file -p prefix Use prefix to speed translations -P policy_root_path Use alternate policy root path -V Verify file context on disk matches defaults AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Dan Walsh <dwalsh@redhat.com>. SEE ALSO
selinux(8), matchpathcon(3) dwalsh@redhat.com 21 April 2005 matchpathcon(8)
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