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    set_matchpathcon_printf

    
           matchpathcon_index and configure the behaviour of validity checking and
           error displaying.
    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           #include <selinux/selinux.h>
    
           void set_matchpathcon_flags(unsigned int flags);
    
           void set_matchpathcon_invalidcon(int (*f)(const  char  *path,  unsigned
           lineno, char * context));
    
           void set_matchpathcon_printf(void (*f)(const char *fmt, ...));
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           set_matchpathcon_flags  sets  the  flags  controlling  the operation of
           matchpathcon_init and subsequently matchpathcon_index or  matchpathcon.
           If  the MATCHPATHCON_BASEONLY flag is set, then only the base file con-
           texts configuration file will be processed, not any dynamically  gener-
           ated entries or local customizations.
    
           set_matchpathcon_invalidcon sets the function used by matchpathcon_init
           when checking the validity of a context in the file contexts configura-
           tion.   If  not  set,  then  this  defaults  to  a  test based on secu-
           rity_check_context(3), which checks validity against the active  policy
           on a SELinux system.  This can be set to instead perform checking based
           on a binary policy file, e.g. using sepol_check_context(3), as is  done
           by  setfiles  -c.   The  function is also responsible for reporting any
           such error, and may include the path and lineno in such error messages.
    
           set_matchpathcon_printf  sets  the  function  used by matchpathcon_init
           when displaying errors about the file contexts configuration.   If  not
           set,  then this defaults to fprintf(stderr, fmt, ...).  This can be set
           to redirect error reporting to a different destination.
    
    
    

    RETURN VALUE

           Returns zero on success or -1 otherwise.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           selinux(8),  matchpathcon(3),   matchpathcon_index(3),   set_matchpath-
           con_invalidcon(3),   set_matchpathcon_printf(3),  freecon(3),  setfile-
           con(3), setfscreatecon(3)
    
    
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