Package libsemanage-devel

Header files and libraries used to build policy manipulation tools

https://github.com/SELinuxProject/selinux/wiki

The semanage-devel package contains the libraries and header files
needed for developing applications that manipulate binary policies.

Library Functions (Section 3)
semanage_bool
#include <semanage/boolean_record.h> #include <semanage/booleans_active.h> #include <semanage/booleans_policy.h> #include <semanage/booleans_local.h> This...
semanage_bool_set_active
update an existing SELinux boolean in the currently active policy
semanage_count
SELinux Management API
semanage_del
SELinux Management API
semanage_exists
SELinux Management API
semanage_fcontext
#include <semanage/fcontext_record.h> #include <semanage/fcontexts_policy.h> #include <semanage/fcontexts_local.h> This object contains properties associated...
semanage_iface
#include <semanage/iface_record.h> #include <semanage/interfaces_policy.h> #include <semanage/interfaces_local.h> This object contains properties associated...
semanage_iterate
SELinux Management API
semanage_list
SELinux Lists Management API
semanage_modify
SELinux Management API
semanage_node
#include <semanage/node_record.h> #include <semanage/nodes_policy.h> #include <semanage/nodes_local.h> This object contains properties associated with a network...
semanage_port
#include <semanage/port_record.h> #include <semanage/ports_policy.h> #include <semanage/ports_local.h> This object contains properties associated with a range...
semanage_query
SELinux Management API
semanage_set_root
The function semanage_set_root() sets an alternate root directory for SELinux configuration paths to be used by the semanage library.
semanage_seuser
#include <semanage/seuser_record.h> #include <semanage/seusers_policy.h> #include <semanage/seusers_local.h> This object contains properties associated with a...
semanage_user
#include <semanage/user_record.h> #include <semanage/users_policy.h> #include <semanage/users_local.h> This object contains properties associated with a SELinux...