GETPCAPS(8) System Manager's Manual GETPCAPS(8)
getpcaps - display process capabilities
getpcaps [optional args] pid...
getpcaps displays the capabilities on the processes indicated by the pid value(s) given on the command line. A pid of 0 displays the capabilities of the process that is running getpcaps itself. The capabilities are displayed in the cap_from_text(3) format. Optional arguments: --help or --usage Displays usage information and exits. --ugly or --legacy Displays output in a somewhat ugly legacy format. --verbose Displays usage in a legacy-like format but not quite so ugly in modern default terminal fonts. --iab Displays IAB tuple capabilities from the process. The output format here is unique. Double quotes encase the regular process capabilities and square brackets encase the IAB tuple.
capsh(1), capabilities(7), getcap(8), setcap(8) and cap_iab(3).
This manual page was originally written by Robert Bihlmeyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
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