AUDIT_NAME_TO_FLAG(3) Linux Audit API AUDIT_NAME_TO_FLAG(3)
audit_name_to_flag - Convert the rule-matching filter name to the numeric rule-matching filter value
#include <libaudit.h> int audit_name_to_flag(const char *flag);
audit_name_to_flag() converts the rule-matching filter name ("task", "exit", "user", "exclude", "filesystem") to the numeric rule-matching filter value (AUDIT_FILTER_TASK, AUDIT_FILTER_EXIT, AUDIT_FILTER_USER, AUDIT_FILTER_EXCLUDE, AUDIT_FILTER_FS). flag is the rule-matching filter name.
Returns -1 if an error occurs; otherwise, the return value is the numeric rule-matching filter value.
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