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On: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 11:40:38 -0600, "drew einhorn"
> There is a setroubleshoot package that runs under X, that really
> makes it a lot easier to troubleshoot selinux, but I really don't
> want to run X on all my vms.
> Does anyone here know of an equivalent that doesn't require X?
'sealert', the client portion of 'setroubleshoot', runs from the command
line as well as under 'x'. Check the man page for sealert.
"sealert may also be run in command line mode. The two most useful
command line options are -l to "lookup" an alert ID and -a to "analyze" a
log file. When setroubleshootd generates a new alert it assigns it a
local ID and writes this as a syslog message. The -l lookup option may
then be used to retrieve the alert from the setroubleshootd alert
database and write it to stdout. This is most useful when
setroubleshootd is being run on a headless system without the GUI
desktop alert facility."
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