This manual page describes the restorecond program.
This daemon uses inotify to watch files listed in the
/etc/selinux/restorecond.conf, when they are created, this daemon
will make sure they have the correct file context associated with
-d Turns on debugging mode. Application will stay in the
foreground and lots of debugs messages start printing.
-h Print usage statement.
Use alternative restorecond.conf file.
-u Turns on user mode. Runs restorecond in the user session
and reads /etc/selinux/restorecond_user.conf. Uses dbus
to make sure only one restorecond is running per user
-v Turns on verbose debugging. (Report missing files)
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space libraries and tools) project. Information about the
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