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chcon

 
Change SELinux security context of a file or files/directories. More information: https://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/chcon.
 
  • View security context of a file:
     
    ls -lZ {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Change the security context of a target file, using a reference file:
     
    chcon --reference={{reference_file}} {{target_file}}
     
  • Change the full SELinux security context of a file:
     
    chcon {{user}}:{{role}}:{{type}}:{{range/level}} {{filename}}
     
  • Change only the user part of SELinux security context:
     
    chcon -u {{user}} {{filename}}
     
  • Change only the role part of SELinux security context:
     
    chcon -r {{role}} {{filename}}
     
  • Change only the type part of SELinux security context:
     
    chcon -t {{type}} {{filename}}
     
  • Change only the range/level part of SELinux security context:
     
    chcon -l {{range/level}} {{filename}}

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