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TOMOYO-EDITPOLICY-AGENT(8)				  System Administration Utilities				TOMOYO-EDITPOLICY-AGENT(8)

tomoyo-editpolicy-agent - agent for remotely editing TOMOYO Linux policy SYNOPSIS
tomoyo-editpolicy-agent listen_ip:listen_port DESCRIPTION
This program is an agent for tomoyo-editpolicy, tomoyo-loadpolicy, tomoyo-savepolicy, tomoyo-pstree, tomoyo-queryd, and tomoyo-auditd. It listens on the specified IP address at the specified port. Do not run this program unless you know what you are doing. It allows anonymous users to edit policy, as no user authentication is performed. It is designed for systems with resource limitations that make it difficult to run the TOMOYO Linux userspace tools. Do not use this for normal desktops or servers. Before this program can be invoked, you must register it in /sys/kernel/security/tomoyo/manager. EXAMPLES
Listen to at port 10000 tomoyo-editpolicy-agent BUGS
If you find any bugs, send an email to <>. AUTHORS
Tetsuo Handa <> Main author. Jamie Nguyen <> Documentation and website. SEE ALSO
tomoyo-editpolicy(8), tomoyo-loadpolicy(8), tomoyo-savepolicy(8), tomoyo-pstree(8), tomoyo-queryd(8), tomoyo-auditd(8) See <> for more information. tomoyo-tools 2.5.0 2012-04-14 TOMOYO-EDITPOLICY-AGENT(8)

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TOMOYO-DIFFPOLICY(8)					  System Administration Utilities				      TOMOYO-DIFFPOLICY(8)

tomoyo-diffpolicy - domain policy comparison utility for TOMOYO Linux SYNOPSIS
tomoyo-diffpolicy old_domain_policy new_domain_policy DESCRIPTION
This program works similar to diff(1), but is specialized for handling domain policy. The resulting diff can be applied to existing policy. EXAMPLES
Generate a diff of domain policy tomoyo-diffpolicy /etc/tomoyo/domain_policy.old /etc/tomoyo/ Generate a diff of domain policy, using standard input for old_domain_policy tomoyo-diffpolicy - /etc/tomoyo/ Generate a diff of domain policy, using standard input for new_domain_policy tomoyo-diffpolicy /etc/tomoyo/domain_policy.old - BUGS
If you find any bugs, send an email to <>. AUTHORS
Tetsuo Handa <> Main author. Jamie Nguyen <> Documentation and website. SEE ALSO
tomoyo-loadpolicy(8), tomoyo-patternize(8) See <> for more information. tomoyo-tools 2.5.0 2012-04-14 TOMOYO-DIFFPOLICY(8)
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