sestatus.conf(5) sestatus configuration file sestatus.conf(5)
sestatus.conf - The sestatus(8) configuration file.
The sestatus.conf file is used by the sestatus(8) command with the -v option to determine what file and process security contexts should be displayed. The fully qualified path name of the configuration file is: /etc/sestatus.conf The file consists of two optional sections as described in the FILE FORMAT section. Whether these exist or not, the following will always be displayed: The current process context The init process context The controlling terminal file context
The format consists of two optional sections as follows: [files] file_name [file_name] ... [process] executable_file_name [executable_file_name] ... Where: [files] The start of the file list block. file_name One or more fully qualified file names, each on a new line will that will have its context displayed. If the file does not exist, then it is ignored. If the file is a symbolic link, then sestatus -v will also display the target file context. [process] The start of the process list block. executable_file_name One or more fully qualified executable file names that should it be an active process, have its context displayed. Each entry is on a new line.
# /etc/sestatus.conf [files] /etc/passwd /etc/shadow /bin/bash /bin/login /lib/libc.so.6 /lib/ld-linux.so.2 /lib/ld.so.1 [process] /sbin/mingetty /sbin/agetty /usr/sbin/sshd
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