sepolicy-transition - Examine the SELinux Policy and generate a process transition report
sepolicy transition [-h] -s SOURCE sepolicy transition [-h] -s SOURCE -t TARGET
sepolicy transition will show all domains that a give SELinux source domain can transition to, including the entrypoint. If a target domain is given, sepolicy transition will examine policy for all transition paths from the source domain to the target domain, and will list the paths. If a transition is possible, this tool will print out all transition paths from the source domain to the target domain
-h, --help Display help message -s, --source Specify the source SELinux domain type. -t, --target Specify the target SELinux domain type.
This man page was written by Daniel Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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