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    selinux_file_context_homedir_path

    
           selinux_default_context_path,               selinux_user_contexts_path,
           selinux_file_context_path,   selinux_media_context_path,   selinux_con-
           texts_path, selinux_booleans_path - These functions return the paths to
           the active SELinux policy configuration directories and files.
    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           #include <selinux/selinux.h>
    
           extern const char *selinux_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_policy_root(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_binary_policy_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_failsafe_context_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_removable_context_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_default_context_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_user_contexts_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_usersconf_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_x_context_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_sepgsql_context_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_file_context_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_media_context_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_securetty_types_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_contexts_path(void);
    
           extern const char *selinux_booleans_path(void);
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           These functions return the paths to  the  active  policy  configuration
           directories and files based on the settings in /etc/selinux/config.
    
           selinux_path() - top-level SELinux configuration directory
    
           selinux_policy_root() - top-level policy directory
    
           selinux_binary_policy_path() - binary policy file loaded into kernel
    
           selinux_usersconf_path() - file containing mapping between Linux  Users
           and SELinux users
    
           selinux_x_context_path()  -  file containing configuration for XSELinux
           extension
    
           selinux_sepgsql_context_path() - file containing configuration for  SE-
           PostgreSQL
    
           selinux_netfilter_context_path - default netfilter context
    
           selinux_file_context_path()  -  default system file contexts configura-
           tion
    
           selinux_file_context_local_path() - local customization  file  contexts
           configuration
    
           selinux_file_context_homedir_path() - home directory file contexts con-
           figuration
    
           selinux_media_context_path() - file contexts for media device nodes
    
           selinux_contexts_path() - directory containing all of the context  con-
           figuration files
    
           selinux_securetty_types_path() - defines tty types for newrole securet-
           tys
    
           selinux_booleans_path() - initial policy boolean settings
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           This manual page was written by Dan Walsh <dwalsh@redhat.com>.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           selinux(8)
    
    
    

    dwalsh@redhat.com 15 November 2004 selinux_binary_policy_path(3)

    
    
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